BTW Articles

10 Jun

Bookseller Pens ‘Hopeful’ Debut for LGBT Teens

Booksellers have selected Anything Could Happen, the debut Young Adult novel from Will Walton of Avid Bookshop, as one of the Summer Kids’ Indie Next List’s top picks.

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11 Jun

Meet the Editor, Publicists Speed Dating Get Raves from Booksellers, Publishers

Booksellers and publishers alike are praising the Meet the Editor and Publicists Speed Dating programs held at BookExpo America this year, which provided a unique opportunity for networking.

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10 Jun

Inkwood Books “Sister” Store to Open in New Jersey

This week, Julie Beddingfield, sister of Stefani Beddingfield, who owns Inkwood Books in Tampa, Florida, is opening the doors to a second Inkwood Books location in Haddonfield, New Jersey.

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11 Jun

Time is Running Out to Order “Eat Sleep Read” Posters

ABA member stores who have renewed their membership dues for the 2015–2016 year are running out of time to order one of three “Eat Sleep Read” posters, which are free with membership renewal.

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04 Jun

Opening Approaches for Bank Square’s Savoy Bookshop & Café

The owners of Connecticut’s Bank Square Books will open Savoy Bookshop & Café in nearby Westerly, Rhode Island, in late summer. The store, in the former Savoy Hotel, will feature wooden floors and open brick walls in a 2,500-square-foot, two-level space.

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03 Jun

A Q&A With Gary Fisketjon, Editor of Kent Haruf’s “Our Souls at Night,” June’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

Gary Fisketjon, Kent Haruf’s longtime editor and friend, talks about the author’s final novel, Our Souls at Night, and his legacy as a writer.

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03 Jun

We Need Diverse Books, SLJ Release Booktalking Kits

A Booktalking Kit, created by We Need Diverse Books and School Library Journal, was shipped to ABA member stores in the Summer Kids’ White Box mailing.

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29 May

Jonathan Franzen Discusses New Book “Purity” at BookExpo Opener

The Corrections author Jonathan Franzen discussed his new book Purity in a conversation with Salon staff writer and co-founder Laura Miller at BookExpo America’s opening event on Wednesday, May 27.

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21 May

San Francisco Booksellers Welcome Mayor’s B2B Shop Local Campaign

Longtime Bay Area small business advocates Pete Mulvihill, co-owner of Green Apple Books, and Hut Landon, NCIBA executive director, this week welcomed the launch of SF Biz Connect, a citywide business-to-business shop local campaign.

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20 May

Indies Choice Winner Anthony Doerr on All the Light We Cannot See and the Support of Indies

Anthony Doerr, author of All the Light We Cannot See, talks to BTW about what the support of independent booksellers has meant to the success of his book. Doerr will be at the May 28 Celebration of Bookselling to receive the Indies Choice Book of the Year Award for Fiction.

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