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

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Salman Rushdie

"The thing that happened with my life was that it sort of turned into a thriller," Rushdie said recently in an interview with Charlie Rose. "It turned into a thriller/spy novel." Rushdie's memoir, Joseph Anton, published this month by Random House, details the days, months, and years following the publication of The Satanic Verses in 1998, which prompted Iran’s spiritual leader to issue a fatwa against the author.

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A. M. Homes

In this animation for Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, Gretta Johnson animates a sentence from "Hello Everybody" by A. M. Homes, with music by Micheal Asif.

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My Mother Was Nuts

Fred Armisen of Saturday Night Live and Portlandia plays Penny Marshall in this hilarious trailer for Marshall's new memoir, published by Amazon this month.

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Wuthering Heights

The latest adaptation of Emily Brontë's 1847 novel, directed by Andrea Arnold and starring James Howson, Solomon Glave, and Paul Hilton, opens in theaters on October 5.

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This Is What Tomorrow Looks Like

On a train from Sydney to Melbourne, four family members each wrote a short poem with the same title to create this simple yet touching video.

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Pioneers! O Space Pioneers!

Created by YouTube user JankAround, this mashup of Walt Whitman’s poem “Pioneers! O Pioneers!” and footage as well as NASA animation of space exploration pays homage to the late Neil Armstrong.

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Sarah Kay

She was fourteen years old when she took the stage at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York City's East Village. Sarah Kay, now twenty-four, is a cofounder of Project V.O.I.C.E., a national organization that celebrates and inspires youth self-expression, and a leading spoken word poet.

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Big Oil

Bob Hicok's "Having intended to merely pick on an oil company, the poem goes awry" gets dramatic in documentarian Joanna Kohler's adaptation, produced by Motionpoems.

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Poetry and Perfume

In this short video produced by Columbia School of Journalism's Mariana Ionova, poet Alex Ustach talks about her work in a perfumery in New York City and how perfume and poetry intertwine.

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Book Feelings

How does a new book make you feel? That's the question posed in this clip from Hachette Australia, which features stacks of new books, including Justin Cronin's The Twelve ("Survive"), Kevin Powers's The Yellow Birds  ("Heal"), and Will Schwalbe's The End of Your Life Book Club ("Cry").

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