Lauren Mauldin is a writer, editor, animal lover and equestrian. Her work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Plaid Horse, Sidelines News, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and other publications.
Earning her bachelor's degree at North Carolina State University, she is an MFA candidate in creative nonfiction at the University of California Riverside.
Growing up in North Carolina, Lauren has lived all over the country and now considers herself an honorary Texan. A lifelong equestrian, she is an editor at The Plaid Horse magazine.
"In a voice that’s confident and wry, she weaves a compelling story while tackling head-on misguided societal expectations around weight. Nonfiction co-editor Julie Patterson said she appreciated Mauldin’s 'ability to share honest stories of hurt without portraying herself as a victim.' Her writing asks important questions while never losing its humanity."
- Issue #43 Mud Season Review Letter from the Editor
Writing My Emotional Truth
Interview with Mud Season Review Nonfiction co-editor Julie Patterson recently had this exchange with Issue #43 featured nonfiction writer Lauren Mauldin. Here’s what Lauren had to say about writing through loss and addiction, her experience as an MFA student, how maintaining a blog helped find her voice, and more… …Read more