Best Practices for Buying, Marketing, and Handselling Diverse Books

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Wednesday, January 24, 2018 -
3:40pm to 4:40pm
Room: 
Cotton Row

Booksellers who have successfully expanded sections to include diverse books will share resources and techniques for buying, marketing, and handselling these books. Panelists will represent stores from communities of different sizes and demographics.

Hannah Oliver Depp, WORD Bookstores (Brooklyn, NY/Jersey City, NJ); Lane Jacobson, Flyleaf Books (Chapel Hill, NC); Melanie Knight, Books Inc., (San Francisco, CA); Moderated by Aaron Curtis, Books & Books (Coral Gables, FL)
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