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Charles Coe is a program officer for the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s general operating support grant programs. Before joining the Council, he was awarded the council’s Artists Fellowship in Poetry.

Charles’s poetry and prose has appeared in numerous newspapers and literary reviews and magazines. He is author of two volumes of poetry: "Picnic on the Moon" and “All Sins Forgiven: Poems for my Parents,” both published by Leapfrog Press. His poems have been set to music by composers Julia Carey, Beth Denisch and Robert Moran. He also writes feature articles, book reviews and interviews for publications such as Harvard Magazine, Northeastern University Law Review and the late, lamented Boston Phoenix.

Charles has been designated by the Associates of the Boston Public Library as one of the six “Boston Literary Lights of 2014.”

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