Asking the Questions: PW Talks with Kathie Lee Gifford

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Tender-Hearted and Tough-Skinned: Kathie Lee Gifford

The former ‘Today’ show host discusses critics, Jesus, Covid-19, and the writing of her new book, ‘It’s Never Too Late.’ Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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ALA 2019: PW Talks to ALA Washington Office Director Kathi Kromer

With librarians preparing to gather in Washington for the 2019 Annual Conference, PW recently caught up with ALA's Kathi Kromer to talk about navigating today's unusual political climate, and why 'year-round advocacy' is the office's defining strategy. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Frankfurt Book Fair 2016: PW Talks to Pew Research Center’s Lee Rainie about Reading in the Digital Age

It's been a disruptive decade for the book business, but Pew's latest research suggests that Americans' reading habits have remained relatively stable. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Question Everything, Manage Your Ego, and ‘Break the Norms’ of Religion: PW Talks to Chandresh Bhardwaj

Author and spiritual guru Chandresh Bhardwaj urges readers to unlearn everything they have learned about spirituality for a stronger connection to God in his new book. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Runaway Father, Bitter Son: PW Talks with Sam Keen and Gifford Keen

'Fire in the Belly' author Sam Keen urged men to embrace an ideal of fatherhood, but had walked out on his family. A new book shows how Keen and his son dug out the roots of their conflict and buried the hatchet. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Begin with a Question: PW Talks with Philip Yancey

Philip Yancey’s books have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and include the 1997 bestseller as 'What’s So Amazing About Grace?' His new book continues Yancey's study of that favorite topic. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PW Select Fall 2011: E-Book Master Class: PW Talks with Joshua Tallent

If self-publishing is a major part of the future of the publishing business, then its most uncharted region, and the frontier of greatest possibility, is digital self-publishing, where authors can make their own names and sell infinite numbers of books with the help of a handful of increasingly... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Fame and the Evangelical Church: PW Talks to Katelyn Beaty

Beaty, whose career as a journalist began in 2012 before moving into religion publishing, remains a tenacious reporter as she analyzes why so many Christian leaders have become embroiled in scandal in her new book, 'Celebrities for Jesus' (Brazos, Aug 16). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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From Pediatric Cancer to Outer Space: PW Talks to Hayley Arceneaux

Arceneaux, an astronaut on SpaceX’s Inspiration4 last September, describes how having cancer as a child changed her faith and the rest of her life in ‘Wild Ride: A Memoir of IV Drips and Rocket Ships’ (Convergent, Sept. 6). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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'Forget Heaven, Remember Love': PW Talks to Caleb Wilde

Wilde, a sixth-generation funeral director and the author of 'All the Ways Our Dead Still Speak' (Broadleaf, May 24), explains his experiences with grief, ghosts, why he's now going forward by looking back. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Preaching in a Different World: PW Talks to Touré Roberts

Touré Roberts, founding pastor of one of Los Angeles’s largest churches and son-in-law to megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes, debunks myths about how to manage one’s work, family life, and well-being in a new book, 'Balance: Positioning Yourself To Do All Things Well.' Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Still Learning: PW Talks to Shauna Niequist

Bestselling author Shauna Niequist reflects on upheaval, her evolving faith, trauma, and healing in her sixth book, I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet (Zondervan, Apr. 12). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Coming Home to Yourself: PW Talks to Thema Bryant

Thema Bryant, an ordained minister, clinical psychologist, and the next president of the American Psychological Association, lays out steps for processing grief and “making the journey back to yourself” in her new book, 'Homecoming.' Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Historical Panorama of American Comics: PW Talks with Jeremy Dauber

Jeremy Dauber's 'American Comics: A History' is a lively historical survey of the American comics medium across 150 years of literary and commercial development. The book will be published this month. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Crowdfunding a Publishing House: PW Talks with Spike Trotman

Spike Trotman, comics creator, writer, and founder of Iron Circus Comics, has led the way in using crowdfunding as part of a scalable publishing business model that can support unique titles within the comics shop and trade book markets. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Welcome to the Crisis Zone: PW Talks with Simon Hanselmann

First published as an Instagram webcomic, Simon Hanselmann's 'Crisis Zone', has been collected into a nearly 300-page graphic novel out now from Fantagraphics. The book won the 2021 Eisner award for webcomics. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Pride Was Hard-Won: PW Talks with Julie Rodgers

For nine years, Rodgers was a celibate gay Christian speaking about the benefits of conversion therapy, and in her forthcoming memoir 'Outlove: A Queer Christian Survival Story,' she chronicles her journey into peace, a loving marriage, and advocacy for LGBTQ Christians. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Inelegant Connections: PW Talks with Will McPhail

Popular 'New Yorker' cartoonist Will McPhail branches out with his first long form graphic novel 'In', to be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in May. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Tracking the 'Nones' Tide: PW Talks to Ryan P. Burge

Burge’s book, 'The Nones: Where They Came From, Who They Are, and Where They Are Going' (Fortress, out now), cites research listing atheists and agnostics each at 6% of the U.S. population, while 20% identify as “nothing in particular." Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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