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The Brooklyn Book Festival

As PBS’ The Great American Read continues, the Brooklyn Book Festival hits its stride.

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Duration: 00:04:51


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The Soul of America

Great American Read

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Duration: 00:09:49


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The Round Table's Legacy

PBS’ “The Great American Read” continues in New York fashion. We’re headed to the Algonquin Hotel to explore the literary legacy of the writers who sat at its infamous “Round Table.”

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Duration: 00:06:09


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THE GREAT AMERICAN READ: THE BRONX

"The Lit Bar"

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Duration: 00:05:18


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The Great American Read NYC Style

The Great American Read

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Duration: 00:07:22


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The Algonquin's Vicious Circle

As PBS’ The Great American Read rages on with the Algonquin's "Vicious" Circle.

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Duration: 00:05:48


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Preview: The Great American Read

The Great American Read

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Duration: 00:07:50


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James Baldwin: Literary Hero

The Great American Read

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Duration: 00:06:33


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Authors and Their Hometowns (Broadcast Ready with Embedded Captions)

From To Kill a Mockingbird to A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, authors from all eras have pulled from their hometown experiences to create great literature.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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Authors and Their Hometowns (For Broadcast Without Embedded Captions, SCC File Available)

From To Kill a Mockingbird to A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, authors from all eras have pulled from their hometown experiences to create great literature.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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What Makes a Great Book (For Broadcast Without Embedded Captions, SCC File Available)

An original concept, an enticing plot, a compelling protagonist – what are the elements that make a book meaningful?

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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What Makes a Great Book (Localizable)

For Your Station to Localize: An original concept, an enticing plot, a compelling protagonist – what are the elements that make a book meaningful?

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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Authors and Their Hometowns (Localizable)

For Your Station to Localize: From To Kill a Mockingbird to A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, authors from all eras have pulled from their hometown experiences to create great literature.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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What Makes a Great Book (Broadcast Ready with Embedded Captions)

An original concept, an enticing plot, a compelling protagonist – what are the elements that make a book meaningful?

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46


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Cover to Cover 105 - Love

A fun, fast paced companion program for The Great American Read

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:38


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B-Roll of Fiction Sign

B-Roll of a bookstore's Fiction sign

Type: B-Roll

Duration: 00:00:42


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B-Roll of Events Board, The Great American Read Poster

B-Roll of Events Board, The Great American Read Poster

Type: B-Roll

Duration: 00:00:26


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B-Roll of Bookshelf, The Great American Read Poster

B-Roll of Bookshelf, The Great American Read Poster

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Duration: 00:00:19


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Bookstore B-Roll with Patrons

B-Roll in a bookstore, featuring patrons

Type: B-Roll

Duration: 00:00:14


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Bookshelf B-Roll

Bookshelf B-Roll, featuring an events sign

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Duration: 00:00:13


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B-Roll of Books Are Magic Storefront

B-roll of Books Are Magic Storefront in Brooklyn, NY

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Duration: 00:00:15


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Legacies of War - Bradley Lutz

Bradley Lutz, a U.S. Army Veteran who served during the Vietnam War, shares his story.

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Duration: 00:04:33


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Author Imprint: The Podcast - Jeffery Deaver

Prolific thriller writer Jeffrey Deaver shares his theories on writing, why he loves the Bard, and how he keeps readers coming back for more spine-tingling stories. His latest book is "The Cutting Edge." For a video interview with Jeffrey and fellow best-selling thriller writers Katherine Neville and Steve Berry (as well as more literature-loving content), visit: http://www.allarts.org/authorimprint.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:19:39


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Author Imprint: The Podcast - Jason Reynolds

YA writer Jason Reynolds sits down with National Book Foundation Executive Director and friend of the podcast, Lisa Lucas. They discuss literacy, representation, and why they love working with young people. Jason's latest books are "Sunny" and "For Everyone." For the full video of this interview and more literature-loving content, visit: http://www.allarts.org/authorimprint.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:13:39


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Author Imprint: Roz Chast

Brooklyn native Roz Chast has been publishing cartoons in The New Yorker since 1978. She moved to the suburbs to start her family, and when her daughter decided to go to college in the city, Roz found out that she lacked some basic knowledge - like what a block is. Roz created an illustrated guide for her daughter, which became her latest book, "Going Into Town: A Love Letter To New York."

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Duration: 00:07:43


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Author Imprint: Meg Wolitzer

In her new novel, best-selling author Meg Wolitzer explores the life of a young woman growing into her identity as a feminist. After suffering a sexual assault, the protagonist seeks the advice of a famous feminist - but life complicates their mentorship. These themes are particularly relevant today, but Meg has been thinking about them for years. This book is her "warm take" on gender equality.

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Duration: 00:09:26


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Author Imprint: Becky Aikman

"Thelma and Louise" defied convention - it was the first screenplay by Hollywood outsider Callie Khouri, it starred not just one, but two women... and then there's that crazy ending. In her new book "Off the Cliff: How the Making of Thelma and Louise Drove Hollywood To the Edge," writer Becky Aikman tells the story behind the film and asks how Hollywood might learn from it in this #TimesUp moment.

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Duration: 00:09:05


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