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Reddit Adds Site for Literary Videos

In his ongoing quest to get a “literature” category on YouTube, Miracle Jones has built a new site for literary videos on Reddit.

Check it out:

Poetry videos, short story videos, live readings, spoken work performance, audiobook links, animated storytelling videos, documentaries about writers, book trailers, author interviews, and anything else you can think up that combines literature and other media. Basically, this is an underground YouTube “Literature” category, since YouTube does not have a category for literature. If you upload a literature video to YouTube, be sure to link to it here so that it can be collated, curated, and enjoyed by its proper audience.

To celebrate, we’ve embedded “The History of English in 10 Minutes,” an excellent literary video that must be shelved under Film & Animation because YouTube has no literature category.

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