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PW editors Rose Fox and Mark Rotella talk to authors and present the latest book and publishing news in this weekly radio program. Follow us at @PubWklyRadio or email us at

David J. Peterson, author of 'The Art of Language Invention,' tells us how new languages are made. PW senior writer Andrew Albanese gets ready for the Frankfurt Book Fair.
PW's Week Ahead / Beyond the Book

Created in partnership with Copyright Clearance Center as part of its Beyond the Book series, PW's Week Ahead examines the news that publishers, editors, authors, agents and librarians will be talking about in the next week.

Oyster May Become Google’s Pearl: Subscription services abound online, for music as well as video and film. In recent years, various start-ups also have vied for a role as “the Netflix for books.” Of those who’ve made a mark – Oyster and Scribd, to name two – success has proven a double-edge sword.
PW Comics World: More To Come

Heidi MacDonald, Eisner-nominated writer of The Beat; Calvin Reid, Comics Editor for Publishers Weekly Magazine; and producer Kate Fitzsimons present More To Come, the new bi-weekly comics podcast of Publishers Weekly Comics World.

In this week's podcast Heidi "The Beat" MacDonald interviews MAD Magazine editor-in-chief John Ficarra at the fabled MAD offices about the release of 'Spy vs. Spy: An Explosive Celebration' a full color collection of the classic strip, the challenges of the magazine world and the newsstand business, the history of MAD Magazine, the origin of mascot Alfred E. Neuman, the usual gang of idiots and more on PW Comics World's More To Come.
Publishers Weekly PW KidsCast

Interviews with children's and YA authors conducted by Publishers Weekly children's reviews editor John A. Sellers.

Victoria Forester talks to PW KidsCast about ’The Boy Who Knew Everything,’ which continues the adventures of the superpowered children from her first book, ‘The Girl Who Could Fly.’
Publishers Weekly PW FaithCast

A podcast featuring interviews with authors of new and upcoming religious books by the editors of Publishers Weekly Magazine.

Benedictine sister Joan Chittister discusses her latest book, 'In God’s Holy Light: Wisdom from the Desert Monastics,' in which she finds inspiration for today’s spiritual seekers in the sayings of thousands of nuns and monks who lived in the Egyptian deserts between the third and fifth centuries.
Publishers Weekly PW LitCast

Conversations between Publishers Weekly editors and authors of new fiction and nonfiction books.

In this LitCast, Rick Hall talks about his life as a producer and owner of FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Ala. In his book, “The Man from Muscle Shoals: My Journey from Shame to Fame.”
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