FDU MFA Alum Bill Mesce’s Novel Nominated for Eric Hoffer Award’s Montaigne Medal
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!
Bill Mesce, Jr. is an author, screenwriter and playwright living in New Jersey.
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