| FDU MFA Alum Bill Mesce’s Novel Nominated for Eric Hoffer Award’s Montaigne Medal
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FDU MFA Alum Bill Mesce’s Novel Nominated for Eric Hoffer Award’s Montaigne Medal

FDU MFA Alum Bill Mesce’s Novel Nominated for Eric Hoffer Award’s Montaigne Medal

Posted by FDU MFA in Alumni Profiles, Awards, Books, Worth Reading

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FDU MFA alum Bill Mesce’s WWII novel, A Cold and Distant Place, has been named a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award’s Montaigne Medal. This award is given for “the most thought-provoking books. These are books that either illuminate, progress, or redirect thought.” Congratulations, Bill!

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Bill Mesce, Jr. is an author, screenwriter and playwright living in New Jersey.
 
 

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10 Mar 2016 no comments