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

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Old Man and the Sea

This week Flavorwire featured a stop-motion interpretation of Ernest Hemingway's classic Old Man and the Sea, in which Hagen Reiling draws the novel’s plot. It's not to be missed, so we share it today.

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Real Men

Poet Michael Klein reads his poem "Real Men" and describes the most important time in his life as poet for P.O.P, an evolving conversation between and about poets.

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DIESEL Celebrates National Poetry Month

For National Poetry Month, California-based DIESEL bookstore is posting a video poem a day. Today's: Philip Larkin's "This Be the Verse" read by Anna Kaufman.

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Adrienne Rich

Pioneering feminist poet Adrienne Rich, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of eighty-two, reads her poem "What Kind of Times Are These?" at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival.

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Brian Castner

The author of The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows, forthcoming in July, talks about the work of remembering what he's already written in his head and getting it down on paper in the lastest episode of Knopf Doubleday Writers on Writing.

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Birth of a Book

This short video, which was shot, directed, and edited by Glen Milner for the Daily Telegraph, shows Suzanne St. Albans's novel Mango and Mimosa being printed by Smith-Settle Printers in Leeds, England.

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The Power of Simple Words

"Variety may be the spice of life, but brevity is its bread and butter," says Terin Izil as she explains why simple, punchy language is often the clearest way to convey a message in this fun, two-minute video animated by Sunni Brown.

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History of English

Be careful or you just might learn a thing or two from this fun animated video from the Open University. The entire history of the English language in ten minutes. Ready. Set. Go.

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On Being Old

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet C. K. Williams delivered the Poetry Society's annual lecture at Newcastle University in the UK last summer. The seventy-five-year-old chose as his topic On Being Old, reading poems that explore his changing relationship with the great poets of history.

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Imagine

"The act of feeling frustrated is an essential part of the creative process," says Jonah Lehrer in the trailer for his new book Imagine: How Creativity Works (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). "We need to have wrestled with the problem and lost. Because it's only after we stop searching that the answer might arrive."

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