|PW's Week Ahead, with Copyright Clearance Center\t\t||PW's Andrew Albanese, along with members of the PW Reviews staff, join CCC's Chris Kenneally to discuss the big publishing news of the week, including copyright issues and upcoming books to look out for.\t\t||Current Episide:
Across the publishing industry, all the players are proudly declaring independence. Authors have cut ties with publishers and agents and found success in more than “50 shades.” Determined to survive in their brick-and-mortar forms, “indie” booksellers are fighting for their rights in court. And at least one public library system has created a platform for independence in e-books.
|PW KidsCast\t\t||Interviews with kids' and YA authors conducted by PW children's reviews editor John A. Sellers.\t\t||Current Episode:
\t\t\tAlaya Dawn Johnson talks with PW KidsCast about her first young adult novel, The Summer Prince, including the cultural, technological, and musical influences that helped shape the futuristic Brazilian setting of the book.
|More to Come: The PW Comics World Podcast\t\t||PW's comics experts Calvin Reid, Heidi MacDonald and Kate Fitzsimons discuss the most pressing comics news as well as new and upcoming books.\t\t||Current Episode:
In this week's podcast, the More to Come Crew -- Heidi "The Beat" MacDonald, Calvin Reid and Kate Fitzsimons -- discuss rising comics sales, comics controversies surrounding Fredric Wertham, Ed Kramer and Orson Scott Card, Gen Manga launching Gen Manwha, Batwoman's marriage proposal and much more.
|PW Faithcast\t\t||Interviews with authors of inspirational and religious books.\t\t||Premere Episode: Listen on 2/27|
Inspirational novelist Karen Kingsbury talks with PW FaithCast about her newest novel, The Chance, and how she manages to be such a productive writer.
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