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

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Paul Monette

"The struggle for true openness and intimacy is a lifelong struggle for all of us, gay and straight alike," wrote Paul Monette in Last Watch of the Night: Essays Too Personal and Otherwise. In 1992, three years before his death, Monette won the National Book Award in nonfiction for Becoming a Man: Half a Life Story, an autobiography detailing his early life and his struggles with his sexuality. Authors David Groff and Carol Muske-Dukes speak about Monette's literary and cultural legacy in this clip from Open Road Media.

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I Write Because I Must

"I breathe in infinite curiosity and I write because I must." This short documentary by Jake Cushnir shows poet Gabe Kittle as he writes poems on his Royal typewriter at a Boston subway station.

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The Lie

"Art begins with a lie." Artist Ellen Gallagher explores the combination of words and image through movement in Anne Waldman's poem "The Lie."

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Self-Publishing: How to Edit Your Book

Polly Courtney, the author of six novels who self-published her latest, Feral Youth (2013), after being frustrated by the "chick-lit" covers assigned to her by HarperCollins, offers the first in her series of how-to videos on self-publishing. 

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Maya Angelou

Happy birthday to Maya Angelou, who turns eighty-six today. In this clip, the poet, author, and civil-rights activist open up about her childhood as part of an episode of Oprah Presents Master Class, which originally aired in January 2011. 

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Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: Keta

Graphic designer and filmmaker John Koenig reads from his “Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows,” an original lexicon of emotions we don’t have words for. In this clip, he illustrates the word keta, “an image that inexplicably leaps back into your mind from the distant past."

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Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: Sonder

Graphic designer and filmmaker John Koenig reads from his “Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows,” an original lexicon of emotions we don’t have words for. In this clip, he illustrates one of his words, sonder, “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.”

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Philip Levine

Happy National Poetry Month! Last week U.S. poet laureate Philip Levine read three of his poems at the Rogue Festival in Fresno, California, accompanied by the Benjamin Boone Evolution Quartet. All music was written specifically for each poem.

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Poet and Mathematician

Selina Foster and Willy Palomo from Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, perform "Poet and Mathematician" at the 2014 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

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Jealousy

"Sorry, Google Doesn't Know Jealousy," a poem by Denise Duhamel, is read by sixty-five poets, including Terrance Hayes, Richard Blanco, Collin Kelley, Michelle Buchanan, Diego Quiros, Emma Trelles, Amy Gerstler, Maureen Seaton, Matthew Hittinger, Stephen Mills, and Major Jackson.

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