Caroline Randall Williams Net Worth


Caroline Randall Williams’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Caroline Randall Williams was born on 24 August, 1987 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, is an American writer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Caroline Randall Williams’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Born 24 August 1987
Birthday 24 August
Birthplace Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nationality United States

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Caroline Randall Williams’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Caroline Randall Williams is 34 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Lucy Negro, Redux has been adapted as a ballet titled Attitude: Lucy Negro Redux. It premiered at the Polk Theater of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on February 8, 2019 by the Nashville Ballet. According to the New York Times Paul Vasterling, artistic director of the Nashville Ballet, choreographed the work. Kayla Rowser danced the part of Lucy and Rhiannon Giddens scored and performed the ballet.


In 2015, her book of poetry, Lucy Negro Redux was published by Ampersand Books. Lucy Negro, Redux is currently being adapted as a ballet by the Nashville Ballet.

Published by Random House in 2015, Soul Food Love: Healthy Recipes Inspired by One Hundred Years of Cooking in a Black Family is co-authored by Williams and her mother, the novelist Alice Randall. According to the publisher, the book relates the authors’ fascinating family history (which mirrors that of much of black America in the 20th century), explores the often fraught relationship African-American women have had with food, and forges a powerful new way forward that honors their cultural and culinary heritage.

Williams’ debut book of poetry was published in 2015 by Ampersand Books. It is described by Erica Wright in a review appearing in the Nashville Scene as a “genre-challenging poetry collection (that) gamble in that riskiest of risky literary arenas, Shakespeare’s personal life. And (the poems) do so with such grit, music and honesty that readers will find themselves rooting for the poet’s theory — that Shakespeare once had a black lover and immortalized her in verse — to be true.” Lucy Negro, Redux is currently being adapted as a ballet by Nashville Ballet.


Co-written by Williams and Randall, the book was published by Turner Publishing Company in 2012. According to the publisher, the middle-grade fantasy book is the tale of one young woman’s adventure to pass her Official Princess Test, discover a means of escape from her island, and reveal her true destiny. The book received the following accolades: The NAACP Image Award for Youth Literature, 2013 (nomination), Cybils Award in Middle Grade Fantasy, 2012 (nomination) and the Harlem Book Fair’s Phillis Wheatley Award for Young Adult Readers, 2013 (winner).


Williams, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, is a graduate of Harvard University, class of 2010. After graduation, she spent two years as an instructor in the Teach for America program. She received the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing from the University of Mississippi in 2015. She is the great granddaughter of Arna Bontemps, the African-American poet, novelist and noted member of the Harlem Renaissance, and the granddaughter of Avon Williams, the Nashville lawyer and key leader of the city’s civil rights movement. In January 2015, she was named by Southern Living magazine as one of the “50 People Changing the South in 2015.” In 2015, she joined the faculty of West Virginia University as an assistant professor. In 2016 she was appointed Writer-In-Residence at Fisk University.


Caroline Randall Williams (born August 24, 1987) is an American author, poet and academic best known for the 2015 cookbook Soul Food Love, co-written with her mother, the author Alice Randall, and published by Random House. In February, 2016, Soul Food Love received the NAACP Image Award in Literature (Instructional).

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