Carol Fragale Brill
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Creative Writing and Literature for educators, Fairleigh Dickinson, Creative Writing,Teaneck, New Jersey, Master of Fine Arts in Writing,
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Philadelphia Inquirer Publishes Alum Carol Fragale Brill’s “The Big Apple, Frank, and Sadie Hawkins Day”

On Leap Day, the Philadelphia Inquirer published FDU MFA alum Carol Fragale Brill's "The Big Apple, Frank, and Sadie Hawkins Day."   "The next thing you need to know is that Tina had a huge crush on Frank Sinatra," writes Carol. Read more.   Carol Fragale Brill is the author of Cape Maybe....

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01 Mar 2016 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading no comments

MFA Alum Carol Brill Reviews Ask Him Why by Catherine Ryan Hyde for New York Journal of Books

Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum Carol Fragale Brill reviews Ask Him Why by Catherine Ryan Hyde for the New York Journal of Books. She opens, "Ask Him Why is a multi-layered narrative with a central theme about the consequences of rushing to judgement without trying to understand the...

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16 Dec 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, Book Reviews, publications, Worth Reading no comments

MFA Alum Carol Fragale Brill Reviews for New York Journal of Books

Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum Carol Fragale Brill reviews for the New York Journal of Books.    Among her recent reviews are the following: -- The Silent Sister (St. Martin's Griffin) by Diane Chamberlain -- November 9 (Atria Books) by Colleen Hoover   Carol Brill is the author of a number of published short stories and...

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11 Nov 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, Book Reviews, publications, Worth Reading no comments