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Best Videos 2008 | Best Videos 2008

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In which Julie Anne Long explains that even though deadlines are a fact of life the moment you sell a book—theyr'e even written into our contracts!—they still somehow come as a horrible surprise every time (ahem). In the interest of preserving the sanity of authors everywhere, Julie has...
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Jeff Bell reads from "Rewind, Replay, Repeat" at Litquake 2007 in San Francisco
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Recorded at the 2007 Litquake Festival at The Edinburgh Castle in San Francisco, this two-part video chronicles the unpredictable moments between two young women as they attempt to cross the Mexican border into America. Watch Part 2.   
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This NPR interview originally aired on February 12, 2008, in celebration of Charles Darwin's birthday.
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Melanie reads from the first chapter of CONFESSIONS OF SUPER MOM
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In the event of an emergency, how helpful will your dogs be?
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This clip is an excerpt from "Men in Black," an animated sequence based on U.S. Army Specialist Colby Buzzell's story, part of the film Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience. Animation by Christopher Koelle. The film is also being nominated for an Oscar in the 2008 Best...
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Producer Michelle Mahoney produced this story that aired on The Hallmark Channel's morning show in December 2006 and January 2007
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Redroom.com presents Po Bronson (What Should I Do With My Life?) reading at Litquake 2007, San Francisco's annual literary festival. Bronson talks about when readers are driven to profound acts—including suicide attempts—by authors' works, and what effect that has on the authors.
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My son tells you everything you need to know about the WGA strike.