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Take a look behind the scenes at the photo shoot with poet and fiction writer Heather Sellers, who is profiled in the November/December 2010 issue on the occasion of her new memoir, You Don't Look Like Anyone I Know (Riverhead Books). Join the author, her publicist, the photographer, and the art director and the editor of Poets & Writers Magazine on location in Times Square.

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As a companion to Indie Innovators, a special section on groundbreaking presses and magazines, we demonstrate how to make a pocket-size book. View the accompanying slideshow for information on formatting your book in Microsoft Word.

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In the final installment of his long-running series of interviews with publishing professionals, Jofie Ferrari-Adler talked with Jonathan Karp, the publisher and editor in chief of Twelve, an imprint of the Hachette Book Group.

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Jofie Ferrari-Adler is back with another installment of his series of interviews with publishing professionals. For the September/October 2009 issue, he visited legendary agent Georges Borchardt at his New York City office and talked with him about changes in the publishing industry, the importance of independent presses, and the question facing readers everywhere: Should I switch to a Sony Reader or Kindle?

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As part of his ongoing series of interviews with publishing professionals, Jofie Ferrari-Adler stopped by the office of Jonathan Galassi, the president and publisher of FSG, and asked him what he would change about his job if he could.

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Scenes from the You Are Not Alone event on May 30: SMITH magazine’s Six-Word Memoirists read from Love and Heartbreak; Matthew Caws of Nada Surf performs the band’s song “Weightless”; and Amy Tan explores the nuances of the e-mail sign-off.

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Scenes from the second-annual Lit Crawl NYC on May 13: Cofounder Todd Zuniga talks about why the event is important; two BOMB-aoke! performers act out an interview between artists Kiki Smith and Chuck Close; author Tao Lin discusses the fine art of making smoothies during the Gigantic magazine microreading; and Gigantic coeditor James Yeh points out the ingredients that make Lit Crawl NYC such a success. 

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Follow our cover subject, Belarusian poet Valzhyna Mort, on her recent trip to New York City. From a Ukranian diner in the East Village to a conference hall in midtown, Mort shares her poetry and talks about the language and people that inspire her work.

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Mondays at Skimmilk: 30 Years of Writers at Work, a documentary film directed by Ken Browne, is being aired on public television stations across the country during National Poetry Month. The half-hour film tells the story of late New Hampshire poet Jean Pedrick, who died in July 2006 at the age of eighty-three, and the workshop she hosted at Skimmilk Farm, an abandoned colonial-era dairy farm that her family bought as a summer home in the 1950s.

 

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Joanna Smith Rakoff, founding contributor of our column First, describes the process of selling her debut novel, A Fortunate Age, to Scribner.

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