Caroline Randall Williams, Poet, and Co-Author with Mom (Alice Randall) “The Diary of B.B. Bright Possible Princess”, is a Harvard graduate with a degree in English. As an aspiring writer, she is interested in the narrative exploration of the biological, emotional and spiritual elements of womanhood.
Alice Randall, is the author of The Wind Done Gone, Pushkin and the Queen of Spades, Rebel Yell, and Ada’s Rules. Born in Detroit she grew up in Washington, D.C.. As a Harvard undergraduate majoring in English she studied with Julia Child as well as Harry Levin, Alan Heimert, and Nathan Huggins. After graduation Randall headed south to Music City where she founded Midsummer Music with the idea she would create a new way to fund novel writing and a community of powerful storytellers. On her way to The Wind Done Gone she became the first black woman in history to write a number one country song; wrote a video of the year; worked on multiple Johnny Cash videos and wrote and produced the pilot for a primetime drama about ex-wives of country stars that aired on CBS.