In Print Radio


ListenLiveIn Print Radio features our members interviewing authors, editors, publishers, and others who have a story to tell writers.  We read poems, short stories and excerpts from novels.  We host roundtable discussions on topics of interest to writers.  The one hour show airs will air on WBOM soon.  This is an Internet radio station, so you don’t have to live in the Rockford area to hear it.

Go to and press the “play” icon .  Note: You may need to download or enable Adobe Flash Player in order to hear the radio station.

If you miss the live show, you can listen to it from the episode’s post on the In Print website.  You can create links to the individual podcasts from your social media pages or websites.  Older episodes aired on Rockford College Radio are archived on the In Print website and the links will continue to work.

Have you written a book lately?  In Print Radio is the perfect place to get exposure.  Do you have some writing experience to share with others?  We’d like to hear from you.  In Print Radio is looking for content: interviewers, guests, authors who would like to read samples of their work.  If you’re interested, please contact Bob Francis.  Or just drop a line to let us know what you thought of the show.



In Print has set up a YouTube channel devoted to reading, writing and performance pieces that celebrate the art of authorship.

Original videos produced by In Print members will be featured on this website, and if you have a video (or have seen a video) that would inspire our members, please contact us at so we can add it to the playlist.

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