The Friday Five

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CBS reporter Bill Geist follows the really strange scent of books.



Spring is in the air! And with it comes some wicked deadly plants! Learn more with Amy Stewart, author of Wicked Plants



Here’s a super cool, behind the scenes look at the jacket art for Brandon Sanderson’s upcoming novel, Warbreaker. Brandon will be joining us on the Fantasy & Sci Fi Board in July.



Daily Show comedian John Oliver gives us a review of apocalyptic literature in this promo for Rob Kutner's Apocalypse How



Video artist Jim Clark has brought poets of the past back to life - by animating photographs to make it look like they are reading their poems. Here's one of Ezra Pound reading from Canto CXV:



Have a great weekend everyone!


Message Edited by Jon_B on 05-22-2009 03:51 PM
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by carmen22 on ‎06-10-2009 02:00 PM

Really cool, Jon. I love Sanderson's Warbreaker cover!

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