| FDU MFA Alum David Pischke’s “Charlie Hustle” Published By Driftwood Press
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FDU MFA Alum David Pischke’s “Charlie Hustle” Published By Driftwood Press

FDU MFA Alum David Pischke’s “Charlie Hustle” Published By Driftwood Press

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“The blue was a little washed out above the mountains and a little brown above the patch of desert east of the fields,” writes Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum David Pischke in “Charlie Hustle” of Driftwood Press Volume Three: Issue Two. “We call him Charlie Hustle,” writes David, “because Charlie Dugan’s his name, and he’s the fastest kid we know.” Read more.
 
David Pischke lives with his wife and two little boys and teaches high school English in northwest Phoenix. He received an MFA in fiction from Fairleigh Dickinson University and has stories and poetry in Digital Americana and Mason’s Road.
 

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