December 9: Zachary Bos, “Organizing a Secular Voice for Massachusetts Public Policy”

Zachary BosCo-chair of the newly formed Secular Coalition for Massachusetts, Zach Bos will highlight the group’s mission to build a strong secular voice for public policy in Massachusetts.

From the Secular Coalition for America site:

Zachary Bos has been an active member of the secular movement for nearly a decade, coordinating regional travel to conferences; organizing letter-writing campaigns; participating behind the scenes at national conventions; making dozens of media appearances; lending his design and communications expertise to groups including Camp Quest New England, the National Atheist Party, the Ethical Society of Boston, and the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard; and overseeing the growth of the Boston Atheists as the largest secular group in New England. He has worked with magazines and enterprises devoted to creative writing and literary translation for over a decade, and studied poetry at Boston University with Robert Pinsky and Louise Glück. He runs an independent press, Pen and Anvil, and lives in Lunenburg, MA, with a cat, a dog, and his family. He has been the State Director for American Atheists since 2008, and identifies as an atheist and a Humanist.

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  1. Please send me the mailing address of Zachary Bos, Secular world, as I wish to send him a copy o fmy book, “Letters to the Editor” fo rpossible review for the magazine. thanks, Alex Caemmerer

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