Frequently Asked Questions


How do I contact Publishers Weekly?
What is PW's mailing address?
How do I find old PW articles?
How do I get permission to reprint PW articles?
How do I license PW content?
How do I submit galleys for review?
Where can I find the Editorial Calendar?
Where can I find information about Advertising Rates?
Where can I find information about PW's e-mail newsletters?
I'm experiencing problems with my subscriptions to PW e-mail newsletters. Who do I contact?
How do I send a letter to the editor?
How do I subscribe to PW in print?
What is available on your Web site?
Do I need to subscribe to the PW Web site?
Can I access book reviews online?
What is Authors on the Highway?
Where can I find information on sales of children's books?
Where can I find information on sales of trade books?


How do I contact Publishers Weekly?

For a complete list of editorial contacts, click here

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Queries about the PW Web site should be addressed to service@publishersweekly.com.

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What is PW's mailing address?
Publishers Weekly
71 West 23 St. #1608
New York, NY 10010
Phone 212-377-5500

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How do I find old PW articles?
The articles on this Web site date back to January 1997. You may browse our issue archive by keyword, limit your search by date, or browse issues by date. To start searching, click here

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How do I get permission to reprint PW articles?
For information about electronic links and reproduction contact Christine Cassidy (ccassidy@publishersweekly.com). Publishers Weekly may be quoted in print or online without permission if no more than 25 words; Publishers Weekly must be given full attribution.

For high quality article reprints please contact:
Christine Cassidy at the address above.

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How do I license PW content?
Inquiries concerning licensing of PW editorial, features and book reviews should be directed to Christine Cassidy, Licensing ccassidy@publishersweekly.com, 505-986-1142.

PW may be quoted in print or online without permission if no more than 25 words; Publishers Weekly must be given full attribution.

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How do I submit galleys for review?
For detailed submission guidelines, including contacts for each Reviews category, information on how to address your submissions, and a list of all the bibliographic information you need to include to have your submission considered, click here. »

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Where can I find the Editorial Calendar?
The PW Editorial Calendar details information on features, supplements, and announcements issues. The online calendar is the most up-to-date version. To view it, click here »

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Where can I find information about Advertising Rates?
The PW Rate Card includes information on PW's circulation, display advertising rates, special opportunities, e-mail and web advertising, direct-mail services, reprints, licensing content, and a complete list of sales contacts. To access the Rate Card, click here »

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Where can I find information about PW's e-mail newsletters?
PW published a variety of daily and weekly e-newsletters. For more information, including sample issues, click here »

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I'm experiencing problems with my subscription to a PW e-mail newsletter. Whom do I contact?
If you are experiencing problems with your subscription to any of PW's e-mail newsletters, please send a description of your problem and the e-mail address where you should receive your subscription to Newsletter Support.

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How do I send a letter to the editor?
We welcome your comments and suggestions. We reserve the right to edit letters for publication. Please include your name and address when writing; send letters to Michael Coffey, Co-Editorial Director.

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How do I subscribe to PW in print?
For detailed subscription information or to subscribe online, click here »

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What is available on your Web site?
PW's searchable archive databases date back to January 1997, offering current and archived bestseller information, author apperance schedules, and more.

We now also offer a searchable database of new and archived book reviews back to 1987. To access these features, you must be a subscriber to Publishers Weekly.

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Do I need to subscribe to the PW Web site?
Unless you are a subscriber to Publishers Weekly magazine, you cannot have full access to our Web site. To subscribe, click here »

If you are already a subscriber, you can register online quickly and easily by clicking the "Register" link at the top right of the homepage. »

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Can I access book reviews online?
Yes! We now offer a book review database back to 1987 for Publishers Weekly subscribers. To see the most current reviews from the print magazine, click here. To search the online archive, click here.

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