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A curated selection of videos, including book trailers, brief interviews, and other literary curiosities updated daily.

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Make Blackout Poetry

Inspired by Austin Kleon's book Newspaper Blackout (Harper Perennial, 2010), John Carroll creates colorful works of blackout poetry with pens, acrylic paint, and spray paint. Read today's poetry prompt in The Time Is Now for ideas on how to create your own.

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I Know How to Write Forever

"I don't think I could've happily stayed here in the world if I did not have a way of thinking about it, which is what writing is for me." Toni Morrison speaks about what motivates her to keep writing. Morrison's new novel, God Help the Child (Knopf, 2015), is featured in Page One in the May/June issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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Short Films by Fanny Howe

Fanny Howe introduces three short films she made in collaboration with Sheila Gallagher, John Gianvito, and Maceo Senna at a film screening at the Woodberry Poetry Room. Howe has been named a finalist for the 2015 Man Booker International Prize.

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Cristina Henríquez

"Just watch the world and observe." Cristina Henríquez, author of The Book of Unknown Americans (Knopf, 2014), offers anecdotes and advice to guide young writers.

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One Child Has Brown Eyes

"One roams the heavens for a perfect answer / One transfixed like a dead doe, a convex mirror." Marilyn Chin reads "One Child Has Brown Eyes" from her latest poetry collection, Hard Love Province (Norton, 2014).

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Sarah Tomlinson

"I would say Good Girl is my life's work because my relationship with my dad is my life's work." Sarah Tomlinson speaks about her debut memoir, Good Girl (Gallery Books, 2015), and her unconventional childhood and relationship with her father.

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Tehran and Tel Aviv Noir

Rick Moody moderates a panel of writers whose work appears in anthologies of noir fiction set in Iran and Israel, both published by Akashic Books in October 2014. Salar Abdoh is the editor of Tehran Noir, and Etgar Keret and Assaf Gavron are the editors of Tel Aviv Noir.

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The Poetic City That Was

"It was still the last frontier when I arrived in 1951. It was a wide-open city." Lawrence Ferlinghetti recalls his early days in San Francisco and speaks about the changing life of the city.

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Richard Price and David Simon

"Is it that bad to write genre?" David Simon, writer and producer of the HBO drama The Wire, speaks with novelist Richard Price about his choice to release his latest book, The Whites (Henry Holt, 2015), under the pseudonym Harry Brandt.

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American Syntax

"The way that I use syntax in my work, I think it is a direct relation from my childhood and my parents being immigrants." Poet and writer Ching-In Chen speaks about the influences that continue to inspire her to create a distinct writing style. Chen is author of the poetry collection The Heart's Traffic (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, 2009).

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