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

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Albert Flynn DeSilver

The poet and author, most recently, of Beamish Boy: A Memoir, delivered this talk on the theme of "Open" at TEDxSantaCruz back in September. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a "TED-like experience."

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The Pilgrim

"World, there are two baskets / on my back. / Fill them." Visual artist Angella Kassube re-envisions poet Bridget Lowe’s "The Pilgrim Is Bridled and Bespectacled" in this offering from Motionpems. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

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More Chris Ware

The cartoonist and author of the graphic novel Building Stories speaks with Michael Silverblatt on KCRW's Bookworm.

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Sara Rauch

Poet, fiction writer, and editor of the literary magazine Cactus Heart, Sara Rauch talks about drawing inspiration from simple things and capturing the beauty of everyday life in writing.

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Scott and Zelda

We all know how the Fitzgeralds' story ended—with Scott drinking and Zelda in the sanitarium—so it's nice to seem them during happier times, in the 1920s.

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Making Pickles

Jami Attenberg, a recent contributor to the magazine and the author of the new novel The Middlesteins, and Jeffrey Yoskowitz, cofounder of Gefliteria, a boutique purveyor of Old World Jewish foods in Brooklyn, New York, recently got together and made some pickles. 

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Jack Gilbert

"What we feel most has no name but amber, archers, cinnamon, horses, and birds." Listen to a reading of "The Forgotten Dialect of the Heart," by poet Jack Gilbert, who died on Tuesday in Berkeley, California, at the age of eighty-seven. His Collected Poems was published by Knopf in March.

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Where Do Ideas Come From?

While the conversation revolved around writing for television, Rod Serling's thoughts on the topic of ideas are of interest to writers of all kinds: "Ideas are born from what is smelled, heard, seen, experienced, felt, emotionalized. Ideas are probably in the air, like little tiny items of ozone."

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"As I Walked Out One Evening"

W. H. Auden's beloved poem is set against London's Bricklane in this short film narrated by Tom O'Bedlam and directed, edited, and produced by Peter Szewczyk.

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Andy Hedges

Texas cowboy poet Andy Hedges recites "The Red Cow" by Larry McWhorter at the twenty-eighth National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada. Hedges will return to Elko for next year's event on January 31, 2013.

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