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

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Haiku Chronicles

"Ants on the Sidewalk," the twenty-sixth episode of the poetry podcast Haiku Chronicles, features a video montage of urban haibun, haiku, and senryu by poets Naia, Deborah P Kolodji, and Gregory Longenecker.

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Martín Espada

Last month poet Martín Espada spoke with Bill Moyers about how poets "reach out and put our hands on the intangible". A one-time lawyer and advocate, Espada has published more than fifteen books of poems, translations, and essays, including his latest poetry collection, The Trouble Ball (Norton, 2011).

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Denis Johnson

Appearing at Cornell University in 2009, the author reads from "The Starlight on Idaho," a short story originally published in Playboy in 2007. Johnson's latest novel, Train Dreams (FSG), was a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. 

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John Hodgman's Advice

The author and former literary agent offers some tips on how to make it as a writer: "Write what you know" may not be enough! Hodgman is the author of The Areas of My Expertise, More Information Than You Require, and That Is All.

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Jim Gavin

"If you've ever tried to make a student loan payment with a credit card and you find out the loan and the credit card are issued by the same bank, I think you'll understand the characters in this book," says Jim Gavin about his debut story collection, Middle Men (Simon & Schuster). For this and other new and noteable books, check out this issue's Page One.

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Amity Gaige

The author of O My Darling and The Folded World talks about her new book, Schroder (Twelve), a lyrical and deeply affecting novel recounting the seven days a father spends on the road with his daughter after kidnapping her during a parental visit.

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Poets of Protest

Manal Al Sheikh says it is dangerous for her to be a writer in her hometown of Nineveh, Iraq, so the exiled poet tries to inspire her readers online from Stavanger, Norway. This short film, directed by Roxana Vilk and aired on Al Jazeera English, explores the Middle East through its contemporary poets as they struggle to lead, to interpret, and to inspire.

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Pakistani Poetry Festival

Local poets in Parachinar, a remote village in Pakistan that is bordered by the Tora Bora region of Afghanistan, in an area that has been torn apart for years by secretarian violence, hold an annual poetry festival with hopes that poetry can bring together diverse communities for peace.

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Anthony Swofford

Former Marine Anthony Swofford, author of the memoirs Jarhead: A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles (Scribner, 2010) and Hotels, Hospitals, and Jails (Twelve 2012), is one of six writers featured in Rochelle Spencer's "Books and Babies," an article in the new issue of the magazine that takes a look at the challenges of being a parent and an author. In this video, Swofford talks about his experience serving in and writing about the military as well as some misconstrued facts about combat veterans returning home from war.

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Nathan Englander

Author Nathan Englander explains that the age-old writing advice "write what you know" isn't about events but rather about universal emotions like love, loss, and longing.

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