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One Ring Zero weaves writers' words into song

By Jon Mooallem
Globe Correspondent / September 26, 2004

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New York is notorious for squashing the ambitions of young literary talents as bluntly as an Oxford English Dictionary flattens houseflies. Yet three years after moving there from Richmond, Va., Michael Hearst and Joshua Camp have stitched themselves tightly into its literary scene, collaborating and socializing with the likes of Jonathan Lethem, Margaret Atwood, Myla Goldberg, and Paul Auster. (Full Article: 1059 Words)

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