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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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Dec.29.2011 - 3:21 am
posted by Tom Carter
Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on...
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Dec.28.2011 - 1:07 pm
posted by Robin Lim
If the placenta is left attached to the umbilical cord (and baby) after birth for a while, it keeps transferring stem cells, nutrients, antibodies, and "extra intelligence" to the baby--just like...
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Dec.26.2011 - 12:13 am
posted by Tom Carter
Travel photographer Tom Carter spent 2 years backpacking 35,000 miles across all 33 provinces in China to create "CHINA: Portrait of a People" the most comprehensive book of photography on modern...
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Dec.23.2011 - 3:12 pm
posted by Dr. Steve McSwain
Is knowing God a problem for you? Likely, your religion has made it so. Want to know a spirituality beyond religion? Watch Steve's latest vlog on this very subject.
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Dec.23.2011 - 2:50 pm
posted by Carolyn Cooke
An evening of readings with authors short-listed for the Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize:  Sarah Braustein, Carolyn Cooke, Ida Hattemer-Higgins, Bonnie Nadzam, Ismet Prcic, David Vann, andf...
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Dec.22.2011 - 9:43 pm
posted by Ericka Lutz
What are YOUR literary influences? Ericka Lutz, author of The Edge of Maybe, discusses Baudelaire, LeGuin, and Seuss. Available everywhere March 2012 from Last Light Studio Books. Preorder NOW....
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Dec.21.2011 - 10:47 pm
Inspired by his years of working at AIDS Project Los Angeles, as well as the loss of a partner to the disease, Songs for the New Depression is the debut novel of Kergan Edwards-Stout. http://...
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Dec.21.2011 - 4:00 pm
posted by Ericka Lutz
Would you buy this author a drink?  A reluctant author makes a book trailer. Ericka Lutz's novel, The Edge of Maybe, March 2012 from Last Light Studio Books. Preorder -- and find out more --...
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Dec.21.2011 - 1:38 pm
posted by Tantra Bensko
For your enjoyment, here is a playfully odd presentation of Word Box, an Experimental story published by Metazen.
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Nov.02.2011 - 10:09 am
posted by Lise McClendon
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Mar.05.2008 - 5:10 pm
posted by Jonathon Keats
Jonathon Keats at Liquake 2007 event: Human Nature: Writers Who Make You Think.
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Mar.02.2009 - 1:31 pm
posted by G. Willow Wilson
IFC highlights several DC books, including Air, and interviews Willow.
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Mar.10.2012 - 4:02 pm
posted by Craig Clevenger
This short film is just one chapter from a novel by Craig Clevenger, a core sample bored from somewhere halfway between “once upon a time” and “happily every after.” It’s your basic boy meets girl...
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Feb.01.2008 - 11:19 am
Many people do not realize how their actions impact others. They live their lives selfishly, not realizing the impact of their life choices on present and possibly future generations. What Will Your...
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Jun.19.2008 - 4:31 pm
posted by Tananarive Due
In this video, I talk to the African-American Literature Book Club (AALBC) about my new novel, BLOOD COLONY, which is a near-future fantasy set in a world where African immortals have healing blood...
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Aug.29.2010 - 6:31 am
posted by Sumathi Mohan
The land of Dates
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Feb.22.2012 - 3:13 pm
posted by Stephen Kaufman
This is the re-release of the original Shogun Scrolls. Tuttle Publishing considers the message within to be worthy of reprint and has released my work in a hardcover edition. Written as a work of...
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