In Monday's edition of League Express we have a detailed interviews with Dave Smith, the CEO of the NRL, and with Barbara Slater, the Head of Sport at the BBC, both talking about the World Cup and the legacy that might flow from the tournament.
We also have an update on the London Broncos situation, including an interview with Sean Long about his possible coaching role with the Broncos. And we report on the first player who looks likely to be heading out of Bradford Bulls to another club, following their recent financial crisis.
We have news about every Super League, Championship and Championship One club, as well as a comprehensive review of all the Rugby League books that have been published during 2013 from a diverse range of publishers.
We also have a piece with Leeds star Stevie Ward, speaking about the new CD he's created from supporters' chants at Leeds, and we get an update on Stevie's injury situation.
We have a full preview of Warrington Wolves' 2014 season, with the chance to win a Warrington replica shirt, and we also have previews for Championship clubs Dewsbury and Barrow.
In Championship Focus Gareth Walker writes about the contrasting approaches of the two clubs promoted to the Championship for 2014, while Garry Schofield, in 'Pulling no Punches', backs the call of the legendary Andrew Johns for better coaching of halfbacks in the British game.
In 'Talking Grassroots' Phil Hodgson praises the RFL's alacrity in creating a World Cup legacy in the amateur game, and praises the club that won the Fair Play Award at the National Conference League dinner.
In this week's Mailbag one of our correspondents picks out what she thought was an outstanding example of sportsmanship in the World Cup Final that she believes hasn't been remarked on elsewhere.
In this week's 'Off the Field' feature we speak to former Leeds and now Wakefield star Paul McShane, who reveals what he is really scared of.
And in my column I write about what should be a logical alternative to the Exiles game in 2013 as well as casting my eye over the health of Rugby League generally.
Who said there would be nothing to write about once the World Cup came to an end?
For those who can't wait, Rugby League Express will be available online from about 11.00pm tonight via the Pocketmags website.
Although I say it myself, it should make for very good reading.