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

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Colors of Penguin

Founded in 1935, Penguin Books revolutionized marketing and publishing by producing inexpensive softcovers with an instantly recognizable design. Richard from AbeBooks.com gives viewers a color-coded survey of the iconic series of books.

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James Salter

The eighty-five-year-old prize-winning fiction writer whose new novel, All That Is, was published this month by Knopf, speaks at the New York State Writers Institute about The Lover by Marguerite Duras.

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Ruth Ozeki

"All relationships between writers and readers are love stories," says Ruth Ozeki, author most recently of the novel A Tale for the Time Being (Viking, 2013), whose article "A Crucial Collaboration: Reader-Writer-Character-Book" appears in the current issue.

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Frank Bidart

Last April Frank Bidart, who is interviewed in the current issue by frequent contributor William Giraldi, read Robert Lowell's "For the Union Dead" as part of Mass Poetry's second annual Common Threads group reading and discussion program for National Poetry Month. Bidart's new book, Metaphysical Dog, will be published in May by FSG.

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David Foster Wallace

"If your fidelity to perfectionism is too high, you never do anything," said David Foster Wallace in this March 1996 interview with Leonard Lopate, animated by Patrick Smith.

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Kate Atkinson

What if you could live again and again, until you got it right? That is the tantalizing premise of Kate Atkinson's latest novel, Life After Life, published this month by Reagan Arthur Books. The novel has already been shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction, better known by its previous name, the Orange Prize.

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Tamara Shopsin

New York Times illustrator, artist, chef, and author of Mumbai New York Scranton, published by Scribner in March, discusses her memoir about her adventures abroad with author and humorist John Hodgman at New York City's Strand Book Store.

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Adam Johnson

The author who yesterday won the Pulitzer Prize in fiction for his novel The Orphan Master's Son (Random House, 2012) appeared on the PBS NewsHour shortly after the publication of the book to discuss his fictional interpretation of North Korea and its late dictator, Kim Jong-il.

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Brad Leithauser

The poet and novelist, whose most recent book, The Oldest Word for Dawn: New and Selected Poems, was published in February by Knopf, recently read his work at Politics & Prose in Washington D.C., and spoke about his feelings for his hometown of Detroit.

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Elizabeth Alexander

On April 11 the author of five books of poetry and two essay collections, including Power and Possibility: Essays, Interviews, Reviews (University of Michigan Press, 2007), read her poem "Haircut" at the opening presentation of the Hill Center Poetry Series, cosponsored by the Library of Congress and the Washington Post.

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