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Laura Lippman, author of Sunburn, shares five writing tips.
Sneak previews for fall.
Michelle Argyle of Melissa Williams Design reimagines the cover of Mr. Nachron’s List by Mike Corbett.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese reports from Oslo on how Norway plans to become an exporter of great literature.
Heidi MacDonald returns from Angoulême with a report on the artists, prize winners, exhibitions, and throngs of fans at the great French comics festival; the cohosts also discuss IDW’s 2017 financial results and the news that Diamond Books founder Kuo-Yu Liang is leaving the distributor to run ReedPop’s fast-growing international division.
A bookseller pays tribute to some favorite children’s books.
Journalist Joanne Lipman talks about her book, That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together. And Matia Burnett, PW’s associate editor for children’s reviews, explores innovations in children’s audiobooks.