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Randi’s short story “Never, Ever Bring This Up Again” was selected for inclusion in ImageOutWrite Volume 7 edited by Jessica Heatly. ImageOut is New York’s longest-running LGBTQ film festival. From the publisher: “The prose and poetry comprising ImageOutWrite, Volume Seven, will transport you through LGBTQ perspectives that span the past, present, and future, as well as the realm of pure fantasy. It also provides vivid glimpses of the trans experience through the eyes of parents, spouses, those who transition, and those who dream of doing so. As varied and vibrant as the LGBTQ community itself, this volume reverberates with shared humanity. Whether you’re out and proud, exploring your identity, or newly allied, this collection will leave you feeling unequivocally that you’re not alone.”

Randi’s debut novel, The Treehouse was included on AfterEllen’s 2018 Your Ultimate Gay Girl Summer Reading List Reading List

“Randi Triant’s insightful character-focused novel The Treehouse finds an intertwined cast dealing with relationships, love, and trauma…Frequently witty, clever prose incorporates everything from snappy one-liners to elegant metaphors. A lot of the book is a meditation on the concept of relationships, and it makes some stunning and insightful points: ‘Objects transformed into something else when couples came together, and something else again when they broke up.’” Foreword Reviews

“The Treehouse is fast-paced, emotionally intense, and utterly captivating. You’ll love this story, but you’ll love the characters even more.” Reader’s Favorite Review