Jaed Coffin

Jaed Coffin is the author of A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants, a memoir about the summer he spent as a Buddhist monk in his mother's village of Panomsarakram, Thailand. His next book, Roughhouse Friday, chronicles the year he won the middleweight title of a barroom boxing show in Juneau, Alaska. Jaed lives in his hometown of Brunswick, Maine, with his wife and two daughters, and teaches in the MFA and undergraduate writing programs at the University of New Hampshire. He's currently at work on a story about the 50th anniversary of Muhammad Ali's Phantom Punch.

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Jaed Coffin becomes an unlikely cat dad when his daughter and wife encourage him to adopt.

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