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Feb.06.2011 - 1:14 pm
posted by Cheryl L Snell
We drown in the details— what to bring to potluck, where to meet for coffee. There’s a Starbuck’s on the corner where we once sold lemonade, our homemade sign coming apart in an attic somewhere. We...
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Nov.09.2011 - 5:24 pm
posted by Erica Jong, Ph.D.
"At the time I wrote Fear of Flying," recalls Erica Jong, "there was not a book that said women are romantic, women are intellectual, women are sexual—and brought all those things together."...
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Aug.19.2011 - 1:42 pm
posted by Larry R. Smith
Here a short poem video I've made this day to share. It uses my poem WALKING A FIELD INTO EVENING which has been printed in several places, most recently in Yoga International magazine. Peace
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Apr.08.2011 - 12:06 pm
posted by Deborah Santana
Strand Book Store, New York- February 23, 2011
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Aug.03.2009 - 8:46 am
posted by John Y. Cole
Confessions of a Loyal Librarian Redroom.com presents exclusive video of John Y. Cole, a historian of the Library of Congress and founding director of its Center for the Book. John has worked at the...
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Dec.29.2010 - 9:43 pm
posted by Salman Rushdie
Celebrated author Salman Rushdie talks to NDTV's Barkha Dutt on his latest book Luka and the Fire of Life. Rushdie says his new book is a product of the strong desire of his younger son Milan.
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May.30.2011 - 2:33 pm
posted by Andrew Q Lam
Andrew Lam reads his essay, "Afghanistan Can't Wash Away Vietnam" from "New California Writing" - an anthology of writing about California by Californian Writers. He is the author of East Eats West:...
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Nov.28.2010 - 4:29 pm
posted by Midge Raymond
A cautionary tale about husband-and-wife authors, "Love in the Time of Amazon.com," by John Yunker and Midge Raymond. And a book trailer (of sorts) for The Tourist Trail by John Yunker and Forgetting...
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Jul.25.2012 - 12:36 pm
posted by China Galland
Resurrecting Love: The Cemetery That Can Heal a Nation documents the powerful racial conflict over the right to visit cemeteries and to know your ancestors.  This work in progress follows two...
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Mar.12.2011 - 4:57 pm
posted by Cheryl L Snell
a poem by Cheryl Snell with drawings by Janet Snell
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Mar.11.2011 - 11:27 am
posted by Uva Be Dolezal
A cartoon animation and film footage I drew and shot, edited and recorded soundtrack for. The way of the car, is about how we get stuck in the ego of driving, and how many are forced to commute via...
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Mar.11.2011 - 8:48 am
posted by David Hulegaard
The Official Trailer for "Noble", by David K. Hulegaard
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Mar.10.2011 - 2:50 pm
posted by Brandilyn Collins
Torn from the front lines of medical debate and the author's own experience with Lyme Disease, Over the Edge is riveting fiction, full of twists and turns—and powerful truths about today's medical...
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Mar.10.2011 - 2:43 pm
posted by Brandilyn Collins
Torn from the front lines of medical debate and the author's own experience with Lyme Disease, Over the Edge is riveting fiction, full of twists and turns—and powerful truths about today's medical...
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Mar.10.2011 - 12:58 pm
posted by Patricia V. Davis
The book trailer for The Diva Doctrine was so much fun to make, because of the fab contributions of the women featured in it, and because of Six Maximus's haunting rendition of the theme song, "Who...
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Mar.09.2011 - 2:25 am
posted by Sheila English
A small town lawyer is forced to fight a giant pharmaceutical company and the FDA to try to save his daughter’s life in Thompson’s edgy legal thriller. When his lawsuit uncovers fraud and corruption...
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Mar.09.2011 - 1:47 am
posted by Sheila English
An Eye for Glory follows the historical exploits of the 14th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the Civil War and deals with the war experiences of a Christian soldier who loses his faith...
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Mar.08.2011 - 9:32 pm
posted by Douglas Evans
View the books for children by author Douglas Evans
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Mar.08.2011 - 8:10 pm
posted by Sheila English
Number 1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jacksons heart stopping romantic suspense novel of a woman racing to uncover the truth about a convent filled with unholy secrets, alongside fan...
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Jun.27.2013 - 2:36 pm
Hi, everyone. Welcome to WRITING LITE #2. I’m still talking about suspense, but this time I start at the beginning and discuss the power of that first line. I talk about why it’s important, how to...
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Jun.13.2008 - 3:21 pm
posted by Lynn Ruth Miller
This is a portrait of a house in the Midwest, the back yard, the cherry tree, the cellar door and the memories .... what it meant to me growing up in the forties.
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Oct.14.2008 - 10:44 am
posted by Nicole Seitz
**This book trailer was custom-made for my male readers: A Father's Story A HUNDRED YEARS OF HAPPINESS is a book that reaches across genders and generations and is told from multiple points of view,...
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Apr.23.2009 - 2:52 pm
Don't forget to use Ivory soap today!
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Nov.04.2010 - 9:25 am
posted by Erin Keane
Erin reading at the RiverTown Reading Series in Paducah, Kentucky in September 2010. What does the Tattooed Lady fear? "Some day I'll run out of skin." Erin Keane's new book, Death-Defying Acts, is...
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Aug.31.2012 - 6:05 pm
posted by Henry Mosquera
A video showcasing some of the skills of Sleeper's Run protagonist, Eric Caine. Eskrima, Arnis and Kali are umbrella terms for the traditional martial arts of the Philippines that emphasize weapons-...
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Jun.12.2013 - 10:36 am
posted by Ben Campbell
A haunted psychotherapist. Socialized insanity. Impossible secrets. Lust, discovery and panic. KISSINg FREUd is luminous, an unforgettable debut novel where madness is persistent as nature. "...
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Aug.26.2008 - 5:35 am
posted by Scott C. Holstad
This is one of Bukowski's better known poems, and it's well loved. Unfortunately, this is not, I don't believe, Bukowski actually reading the poem. Rather, I think it's Harry Dean Stanton....
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