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

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Charles Bernstein

On December 17, 1977, Charles Bernstein read poems from Senses of Responsibility and Shade on Public Access Poetry, a cable television series that aired in 1977 and 1978. While the quality isn't great in places (it was the seventies, after all), this and dozens of other clips offer a unique glimpse of poets such as Bernstein, Alice Notley, Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, and Bob Holman thirty-five years ago.

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Gil Scott-Heron

"I saw some shit that needed to be spoken, so I just said it." This and other priceless quotes are featured in this moving collage for an event by the Guild Literary Complex and the University of Chicago celebrating the life and work of pioneering poet Gil Scott-Heron, who passed away last May.

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The Loneliest Planet

Julia Loktev's adaptation of a story by Tom Bissell (who was profiled in the magazine back in 2007) stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg as an engaged couple on a trek through Georgia, the country. The Loneliest Planet will open in theaters on October 26. 

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Ways to Stay Creative

From the simple ("Carry a notebook everywhere") to the questionable ("Sing in the shower") to the essential ("Get away from the computer"), this motion graphics clip by Tofu Design is a pretty nifty reminder of ways we can stay creative during these long, hot summer days.

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Traveling Stanzas

Luke Frazier talks to some local poets in Kent, Ohio, about Traveling Stanzas, a collaboration between the Wick Poetry Center's outreach program and the Glyphix design studio at Kent State University.

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The Future of Print

This student documentary project by Hanah Ryu Chung relies on interviews with individuals who are active in the Toronto print community, including Joanne Saul of Type Books, Stan Bevington of Coach House Books, and Michael Torosian of Lumiere Press, to explore the world of print and ask important questions about its future.

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Sugarhouse

Matthew Batt's memoir, Sugarhouse: Turning the Neighborhood Crack House Into Our Home Sweet Home, which tells the the story of how the purchase and restoration of a disasterous fixer-upper saves a young marriage, was published last month by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

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Peter Heller on Momentum

The author of the debut novel The Dog Stars, forthcoming in August from Knopf, talks about Graham Greene's practice of writing exactly five hundred words a day, every day, and the importance of momentum in the writing process.

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The Green Shore

Natalie Bakopoulos, who was interviewed by Charles Baxter for this issue's roundup of debut fiction writers, talks about her Greek roots and her first novel, The Green Shore, published by Simon & Schuster this month.

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I'm Reading a Book

We thought we'd inject a little energy into our Wednesday with this music video by Julian Smith. Don't you ever interrupt me when I'm reading a book!

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