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 from Warren Wilson College and is a recipient of the Ruth Lilly Fellowship, awarded by Poetry magazine and the Modern Language Association. Her first poetry collection, Talismans, was published by Hobblebush Books in 2014. She was a featured poet at Vanderbilt University’s Millennial Gathering of the Writers of the New South. Her work has appeared in Poetry, Kenyon Review, CAIRN, New Orleans Review, All Shook Up, The Made Thing, and The Cortland Review, among others. She is a past winner of the Agnes Scott Writer’s Festival, has been a featured author at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, and a residency fellow at the Warren Wilson MFA program. Maudelle volunteers with arts organizations and serves on the boards of Friends of Writers and the Poetry Society of New Hampshire.