Kacy Fallon is a mom, military spouse, writer, and educator. Currently, she teaches online for Endicott, where she served as the Director of the Writing Center before relocating to FL for her husband’s career. Her work primarily explores how we become who we become. Kacy earned her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from San Francisco State University. She has been published in PANK Magazine, Euphony, Boston Poetry Magazine, Ghost Town, Fredericksburg Review, and 50-Word Stories, among others.
San Francisco State University
Master of Fine Arts
University of South Florida
Bachelor of Arts
Research interests include hybrid genres, especially the lyrical essay; time in narration and narrative time (Swiss time in Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night, for example); writing program and center pedagogies; feminist theory, particularly applied to children’s literature; and lost meaning in translation, from Greek mythology to the Bible to Dante. She is also interested in trauma writing and healing through writing.
ENG108 - Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG111 - Critical Reading and Writing
ENG112 - Critical Reading and Writing II
ENG209 - Writing Short Fiction I
ENG230 - Rebels and Misfits