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    Ingram announces staff changes, promotions; Carolina Wren Press acquires John F. Blair; Edelweiss to include logo for books in WNDB app; Frankfurt Book Fair fellows announced; Conroy Legacy Award winner, Heinz Award winners, Brooklyn Public Library Literary Prize shortlists announced

    Discover ABA Member Perks at NEIBA’s Fall Conference

    ABA members will find an array of programming and special offers at the New England Independent Booksellers Association’s fall regional trade show, from September 18–20 in Providence, Rhode Island.

    Workshop on “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” Heading to New Orleans, Denver

    Ilsa Govan, who delivered an inspiring keynote speech at Children’s Institute earlier this year, will present an engaging workshop for booksellers just ahead of the SIBA and MPIBA trade shows.

    Workshop on Diversity and Inclusion “A Powerful Experience” for Participants

    Booksellers can still register for the September 14 workshop on “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion,” which ABA President Robert Sindelar called “a powerful experience…that continues to inform my thoughts and actions.”

    Registration Continues for “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” Workshops

    Registration is underway for ABA’s fall workshop on addressing stereotypes and creating a welcoming environment, which will take place just ahead of the SIBA and MPIBA trade shows.

    BTW News Briefs

    Acquisition talks with Quarto Group end; Louise Burke to retire from S&S; Ryan Doherty named editor of Celadon Books; PEN Center USA Literary Award finalists announced; Winners announced for NEIBA Rusty Drugan Scholarship, NAIBA Handseller of the Year, Midwest Booksellers Choice Awards, Hugo Awards

    First Texas Independent Bookstore Day Spotlights Literary Texas

    The first annual Texas Independent Bookstore Day, held on Saturday, August 5, celebrated the state’s bookstores and their communities.

    Fall Workshop to Focus on “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion”

    Registration is underway for ABA’s fall workshop, which will take place ahead of the SIBA and MPIBA trade shows and aims to help booksellers address stereotypes and create a welcoming environment.

    Registration Opens for “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” Workshops

    Registration is now open for ABA’s fall workshop on addressing stereotypes and creating a welcoming environment, which will take place just ahead of the SIBA and MPIBA trade shows.

    BTW News Briefs

    Library of America president to retire; S&S launches Skybound Books; Vintage Espanol appoints new publishing director; Investor urges B&N to sell; Frankfurt Book Fair to feature S&S CEO; NEIBA, GLIBA Book Award winners 

    ABA to Offer Fall Workshop on Implicit Bias and Inclusion

    This fall, ABA will present a full-day education session, “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Addressing Stereotypes and Creating a Welcoming Environment,” in New Orleans and Denver.

    SIBA’s Wanda Jewell to Relocate; Linda-Marie Barrett Named Assistant ED

    Wanda Jewell, executive director of the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, is relocating to the West Coast; Linda-Marie Barrett has left Malaprop’s to become assistant executive director.

    BTW News Briefs

    Best Children’s Books of the Year published; PRH launches #ProjectReadathon; Johns Hopkins University Press to support AAUP residencies; Books for a Better Life, Jackson Poetry Prize winners, Southern Book Prize finalists announced

    Owner of Seattle’s Arundel Books Seeks Bookstore Neighbor

    Phil Bevis, owner of Arundel Books, a new, used, and rare bookstore in Seattle, is looking for another bookseller to help him turn the city’s Pioneer Square neighborhood into a book district.

    BTW News Briefs

    Prospective booksellers complete Paz “boot camp”; NAIBA to offer IBD grants; BolognaFiere to launch copyright/licensing show in NYC; PW Star Watch seeks nominations; Isla Fisher added to BookExpo Children’s Breakfast; HarperCollins launches anniversary projects; Bookmasters adds three publishers; May Buzz Books Monthly; Winners (NCIBA Book, Walt Whitman awards), Baileys Prize shortlist announced


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