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

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James Dickey

Broadcast in late July 1969, this piece by poet and novelist James Dickey was commissioned by the television network ABC on the occasion of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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"Tributaries"

In this animation for the free fiction magazine Recommended Reading, Myles David Jewell animates the following sentence from "Tributaries" by Ramona Ausubel: "Though the girls know many two-armers, even some that seem happy and in love, what they talk about are those with love-grown arms."

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Anselm Hollo

The poet, who passed away on January 29, is seen here reading "It Was All Right, or What I Learned from Kenneth Koch" at an event sponsored by Rain Taxi Review of Books in Minneapolis in 2007.

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Richard Blanco

The youngest poet ever selected to write and read the inaugural poem discusses his piece and the experience of delivering it at the inaugural ceremony last week.

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Geoff Dyer

Essayist and novelist Geoff Dyer delivered this talk, "The Novelistic Essay and the Essayistic Novel," at the 31st annual Key West Literary Seminar in Key West, Florida, earlier this month.

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"What Do We Have in Our Pockets?"

Directed by Goran Goran Dukić and based on Etgar Keret’s story published last year by failbetter and collected in Suddenly, a Knock at the Door (FSG), this short film premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival.

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Ishmael Reed

"I'm not a linear thinker," says Ishmael Reed in this video from Open Road Media. "That's one of the reasons I'm able to make different associations that people wouldn't ordinarily make." The author of ten novels, including Mumbo Jumbo (1972), as well as plays, essays, and poems, Reed talks about his unique style of telling stories, which draw upon different languages, religions, and other cultural influences.

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"Our Education"

In this animation for the free fiction magazine Recommended Reading, Grier Dill animates and scores the following sentence from "Our Education" by Lincoln Michel: "Did we as students, in our weakness, fabricate whole memories from these scattered, pointless items?"

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Sharon Olds

"No one ever signs up to have a mom who is an autobiographical family poet," the poet says as she explains why she waited fifteen years to publish the poems, about the end of her marriage, in Stag's Leap (Knopf), winner of the 2012 T. S. Eliot Prize.

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Richard Blanco

Poet Richard Blanco reads his poem "One Today" for President Obama's second inauguration on Monday.

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