BTW Articles

03 Aug

Domnitz Scholarship Open to ABACUS Participants

For the third year, the American Booksellers Association will award the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to attend the Winter Institute to the owner or an employee of a bookstore who submits the store’s 2010 financial data to the ABACUS-10 survey before the August 15 deadline.

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04 Aug

Harper Offers 20 e-Books for $20

For the month of August, Harper Perennial is offering 20 selected e-books for 99 cents apiece.

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10 Aug

Gift and Game Buying Made Easier

The Ingram Content Group’s expanded gift and game catalog, which includes more than 125 vendors selected by Ingram buyers and former booksellers, can be used to help launch or augment a store’s non-book inventory.

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10 Aug

Harvard Book Store to Publish Comics Anthology

Harvard Book Store is launching its first comics anthology. Minimum Paige will include work from some of the New England graphic novel community’s most well-known names as well as select customer submissions.

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25 Aug

NCIBA’s Hut Landon Takes Technology on Tour

Since July 4, NCIBA Executive Director Hut Landon has been visiting IndieCommerce stores to talk about e-books and provide demonstrations for store staff. Landon walks booksellers through the buying process from downloading Adobe Digital Editions to purchasing e-books using the Nook and iPad.

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25 Aug

Workman Gives Booksellers a Square Deal

This September, Workman Publishing launches The Square Deal, a program that blends its bestselling backlist with a standout display and generous terms.

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01 Sep

Booksellers Deal With Aftereffects of Hurricane Irene

Most bookstores on the East Coast survived Hurricane Irene intact and were able to reopen within a day or so, but several were severely damaged, including North Carolina’s Manteo Booksellers and Vermont’s Bartleby’s Books.

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08 Sep

Random House Catalogs to Go Paperless

Random House Children’s and Random House Adult catalogs will be going digital only, beginning with their Summer 2012 and Fall 2012 lists, respectively. The change ensures the catalog information will be “more up-to-the-minute, and thus more viable, practical, and useful,” said Ruth Liebmann, vice president, director, account marketing, Random House, Inc.

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08 Sep

A Preview of the NEIBA, PNBA, and GLIBA Trade Shows

Next month’s NEIBA, PNBA, and GLIBA trade shows will provide booksellers with a full range of educational programming, author events, and networking opportunities. Here’s a look at some of the regional highlights and ABA programming at the shows.

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14 Sep

A Q&A With Carl Lennertz About World Book Night

U.S. World Book Night Chief Executive Carl Lennertz talks about plans for the inaugural U.S. event to be held on April 23, 2012 — the International Day of the Book.

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