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Writers' renaissance

Newburyport celebrates local talent and guests

Author Aine Greaney, who has lived in town for 11 years, will read from her story collection, 'The Sheep Breeders Dance and Other Stories.' Author Aine Greaney, who has lived in town for 11 years, will read from her story collection, "The Sheep Breeders Dance and Other Stories." (PHOTOS BY JANET KNOTT/GLOBE STAFF)
By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / April 22, 2007

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NEWBURYPORT -- They moved here when downtown was "a ghost town." They came for family reasons or, most often, because it was one place on the North Shore where they could afford a house. Talk to the writers of Newburyport, and the last thing on their minds when they arrived 10 or 20 or 30 years ago was the idea ... (Full article: 1182 words)

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