Jessy Randall's writing has appeared in Asimov’s, McSweeney’s, Nature, Poetry, Scientific American, Women's Review of Books, and The Best American Experimental Writing. Her collection of poems A Day in Boyland (Ghost Road) was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Her other books are: The Wandora Unit (Ghost Road, a young adult novel about love and friendship in the high school poetry crowd), Interruptions, (Pecan Grove, collaborative poems with Daniel M. Shapiro), Injecting Dreams into Cows (Red Hen, poems), There Was an Old Woman (Unicorn, prose poems built from nursery rhymes), Suicide Hotline Hold Music (Red Hen, poems and comics), How to Tell If You Are Human (Pleiades, diagram poems), and Mathematics for Ladies: Poems on Women in Science (University of London / MIT). She is a librarian at Colorado College and her website is