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Senior Museum Docent Carlene Gadapee Featured in The Blue Nib
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Senior Museum Docent Carlene Gadapee Featured in The Blue Nib

Senior Docent at The Frost Place museum Carlene Gadapee recently had two poems published in The Blue Nib. Read “Gifts” and “in Media Res” here. Carlene M. Gadapee is a high school English teacher and part-time wordsmith in northern New Hampshire. Carlene holds Masters Degrees in both Education and Liberal Studies from Northern Vermont University-Lyndon, … Continue reading

Conference on Poetry and Teaching Associate Director Kerrin McCadden Featured in New England Review
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Conference on Poetry and Teaching Associate Director Kerrin McCadden Featured in New England Review

CPT Associate Director Kerrin McCadden recently had a poem published in the latest issue of the New England Review. Read “The Magpie: A Key” here.    Kerrin McCadden is the author of Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes, winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize and the Vermont Book Award. She is the recipient of numerous fellowships and awards, … Continue reading

Frost Place Staff and Faculty to Participate in 2019 NH Poetry Fest
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Frost Place Staff and Faculty to Participate in 2019 NH Poetry Fest

This Saturday, September 14th, Frost Place staff and faculty members will be participating in the NH Poetry Festival, sponsored by New England College MFA and the Poetry Society of New Hampshire. The conference, which is celebrating its 5th year, consists of readings, workshops, and lectures led by award-winning poets from around the country and globe. … Continue reading

Executive Director Maudelle Driskell Featured in Malasaña Arts & Letters
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Executive Director Maudelle Driskell Featured in Malasaña Arts & Letters

Maudelle Driskell, who serves as the Executive Director of The Frost Place, recently had a poem featured in the first issue of Malasaña Arts & Letters. Read “To Go Forth as a Luminous Being” here. Maudelle Driskell lives in Littleton, New Hampshire, and is the executive director of The Frost Place. She holds an MFA in poetry … Continue reading

CPT Associate Director Kerrin McCadden Featured in The Los Angeles Review
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CPT Associate Director Kerrin McCadden Featured in The Los Angeles Review

Kerrin McCadden, who serves as the Associate Director for The Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching, recently had two poems published in The Los Angeles Review. Read “Weeks After My Brother Overdoses” and “Reverse Overdose” here. Kerrin McCadden is the author of Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes, winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize and the Vermont … Continue reading

DPIR Rebecca Foust to Read at Marin Villages In Corte Madera, California
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DPIR Rebecca Foust to Read at Marin Villages In Corte Madera, California

2014 Dartmouth Poet in Residence Rebecca Foust will give a reading at Marin Villages, a nonprofit serving seniors, on Saturday at Corte Madera Town Center. The event will include a reading of poets of various generations followed by readings by two former Marin County poet laureates, Prartho Sereno and Rebecca Foust. The event is scheduled … Continue reading

Dartmouth Poet in Residence Rosanna Warren Featured in The New Yorker
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Dartmouth Poet in Residence Rosanna Warren Featured in The New Yorker

1990 Frost Place Dartmouth Poet in Residence Rosanna Warren recently had a poem featured in The New Yorker. Read “That the Earth Is Suspended” here.   Rosanna Warren was born in Fairfield, Connecticut to a pair of writers: Robert Penn Warren, a major poet and novelist, and Eleanor Clark, a prize-winning author of criticism, fiction, … Continue reading