| MFA Alum Bill Mesce, Jr.’s “The General” Published by KYSO Flash
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MFA Alum Bill Mesce, Jr.’s “The General” Published by KYSO Flash

MFA Alum Bill Mesce, Jr.’s “The General” Published by KYSO Flash

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Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum Bill Mesce, Jr.’s “The General” has been published in KYSO Flash’s Issue 5, Spring 2016.

Bill Mesce, Jr. is a college instructor and writer living in New Jersey. His most recent published works are No Rule that Isn’t a Dare: How Writers Connect with Readers (Serving House Books, February 2016); Idols, Icons, and Illusions: The Movies We Love—and Love to Hate—and the People Who Made Them (Stephen F. Austin University Press, 10 November 2015); and Inside the Rise of HBO: A Personal History of the Company that Transformed Television (McFarland, June 2015).

Are you interested in studying with Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Low Residency MFA program? Learn more.

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