Take a look behind the scenes at the photo shoot with poet and fiction writer Heather Sellers, who is profiled in the November/December 2010 issue on the occasion of her new memoir, You Don't Look Like Anyone I Know (Riverhead Books). Join the author, her publicist, the photographer, and the art director and the editor of Poets & Writers Magazine on location in Times Square.
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hamblett replied on Permalink
Thank you, thank you, thank you, for bringing us Heather Sellers. Talented writer, generous writing teacher, lovely woman.
El Webb replied on Permalink
To be candid, the field shoots didn't communicate anything to me about Ms. Sellers, her face blindness, or her book. She has an intriguing story, but you'd never guess what her story is from this clip.