Mary Rasenberger, executive director of the Authors Guild, discusses the organization’s support for the Authors United appeal to the Department of Justice to investigate Amazon’s “abuse of its dominance in the world of books.”
Edelweiss/Treeline Education and Outreach Coordinator Joe Foster offers an aggregation of Treeline data to help booksellers figure out how their inventory turns break down compared to other stores in their region.
This August, TJ Rayhill, a 19-year-old college student, will open Dog-Eared Books in Campbellsville, Kentucky. The used bookstore also sells new books online and offers an online college textbook rental service.
Malaprop’s staff member to open bookstore in Florida; The Book Burrow honored; Literati Bookstore reopens after water damage; BookPeople of Moscow sports new mural; Square Books’ Howorth nominated to second term on TVA board
Congress raises SBA lending ceiling; Man Booker Prize announces 2015 longlist; BookBrowse publishes white paper on book clubs; AAUP responds to closure of University of Akron Press; New England Book Award winners announced