Sean T. Randolph

Sean T. Randolph is a desert dweller living by these words from Emily Dickinson: “Tell all the truth but tell it slant.” His works are minor parables starring wonky critters and harebrained heroes pursuing half-truths. Rather than revealing a moral, Randolph’s homespun tales teeter between revelations of anxiety and enlightenment. Sean’s work features an upside-down ecosystem where aluminum foil gets elevated to the level of silver, and a jester can be king.


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