Writer’s Day Camp with Charles Coe

Writer’s Day Camp with Charles Coe

Charles will offer a workshop consists of writing prompts and exercises, and discussions  about various aspects of writing. This event is for poets and prose writers, both experienced and not-so experienced. Please join him for an enjoyable, relaxed, and informative session that will leave you with fresh inspiration and new writing tools.

$75 workshop fee.
All proceeds benefit Manship Artists Residency.
THANK YOU, CHARLES!
Manship Artist Charles Coeis the author of three books of poetry: All Sins Forgiven: Poems for my Parents, Picnic on the Moon, and Memento Mori, all published by Leapfrog Press. He is also author of Spin Cycles, a novella published by Gemma Media. Charles has been selected as a Boston Literary Light by the Associates of the Boston Public Library.

Charles is an adjunct professor of English at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island and Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, teaching in both MFA writing programs.
A short film by filmmaker Roberto Mighty, “Peach Pie,” based on his poem, “Fortress” has been shown at film festivals nationwide. Another short film, “Charles Coe: Man of Letters,” also by Roberto Mighty was named “Outstanding Documentary Short” at the 2020 Roxbury Film Festival.
Charles was a 2017 Artist-in-Residence for the city of Boston, where he created an oral history project focused on residents of Mission Hill. He is poetry editor of “Multiplicity,” an online literary journal published by Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Mass, and associate editor of “About Place,” an online literary journal published by Black Earth Institute. He also serves on the Steering Committee of the Boston Chapter of The National Writers Union, a labor union for free-lance writers and editors.
Join us as Manship Artists Residency celebrates FIVE YEARS of stewarding STARFIELD.
in Lanesville, Gloucester, MA 01930 United States + Google Map

Contact Name

Rebecca Reynolds

Contact Email

info@ManshipArtists.org

Contact Phone

978-290-8438

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