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Writers read for The One Fund

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A few boldfacers from Boston’s literary community gathered Thursday at the Emmanuel Church on Newbury Street for a fund-raiser for Marathon bombing victims. Among those expected to read at the benefit for The One Fund were former US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky, novelist Sue Miller, fiction writer Fanny Howe, AGNI editor Sven Birkerts, and poet Jill McDonough.

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