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07 Jan

Wi14 Education: Yes She Can — Programs and Partnerships to Empower Women

The session will feature bookseller panelists who are fostering women entrepreneurs, cross-promoting with women-owned businesses, and creating dynamic in-store programming.

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02 Jan

Indie Booksellers Showcase Festive, Bustling Stores This Holiday Season

Take a look at how indie stores worked their magic on social media this holiday season, from promoting sales and special events to offering helpful hints for last-minute shoppers.

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02 Jan

Around Indies

Spark Books opens; The King’s English to open new location; Carmichael’s under new ownership; Highland Books on the moves; Novel Books recognized; Books & Mortar, Jake’s Place, Third Place Books make local news; and more.

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02 Jan

Sign Up for 2019 #HarperCollinsLovesIndies Facebook Live Program

There are several changes in store for HarperCollins’ Facebook Live program this year; American Booksellers Association member bookstores are invited to sign up now.

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02 Jan

Get Featured in ABA’s Bookstore Showcase

The “Bookstore Showcase” feature on the American Booksellers Association’s homepage highlights independent bookstore members.

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19 Dec

A Roundup of Results From BTW’s One-Second Survey

Check Bookselling This Week each Wednesday for a new one-second survey and catch the results in the following week’s issue. If you don’t want to miss out, subscribe to Bookselling This Week now.

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19 Dec

Around Indies

Michelle Obama visits Tattered Cover, Seminary Co-op; Fountain Bookstore tweet goes viral; Jake’s Place, Bermuda Book Store, A Freethinker’s Corner open; Porter Square, Malaprop’s open pop-ups; A Novel Idea, Eso Won Books, The Story House, Politics and Prose, Village Books, Powell’s, Gibson’s, Northshire, Mclean & Eakin featured in local news; and more.

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17 Dec

Binc Continues 2018 Year-End Campaign

Booksellers from all over the country are praising the work of the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, which began its annual year-end fundraising campaign last month.

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12 Dec

Indie Bookstores Give Back This Holiday Season

Bookstores around the country are hosting Book Angel programs, setting up Giving Trees, and donating to charities this holiday season.

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11 Dec

#HarperCollinsLovesIndies Facebook Live Program to Return in 2019

In 2019, booksellers will livestream videos from their stores every Thursday, a change from 2018’s Saturday schedule, and the videos will feature booksellers pitching their favorite reads.

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11 Dec

Around Indies

Books Around the Corner, River Bend Bookshop open; Between the Covers settles into new location; Bronx River, MahoganyBooks, Copperfish, Scattered Books, and more featured in local news

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11 Dec

What’s in a Name?: The Silver Unicorn

Here, The Silver Unicorn bookstore owner Paul Swydan talks about the origin of the store’s name, his favorite events and book clubs, and what he’s looking forward to as a new bookstore owner.

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05 Dec

Booksellers’ Social Media Showcases Holiday Marketing Ideas

Indie booksellers are taking to Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to showcase their creative ideas for holiday marketing this season, including book displays, promotions, and in-store holiday activities.

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05 Dec

Around Indies

Lavender’s Bleu Literacy Market to open in Tulsa; Hartfield Book Company, A Novel Idea, McNally Jackson hold openings; Amesbury Books, Stories Like Me host pop-ups; Ownership change at Green Apple Books; Let’s Play Books celebrates anniversary; BookSmart changes location; Powell’s, Bunch of Grapes, The Next Page, Run for Cover, Books With a Past featured in local news.

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28 Nov

Indie Bookstores Celebrate Small Business Saturday

Amidst a wide range of shop local festivities and author events, this year booksellers celebrated Indies First on Small Business Saturday by giving away copies of Jason Reynolds’ Ghost to kids in underserved communities.

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About ABA

The American Booksellers Association, a national not-for-profit trade organization, works with booksellers and industry partners to ensure the success and profitability of independently owned book retailers, and to assist in expanding the community of the book.

Independent bookstores act as community anchors; they serve a unique role in promoting the open exchange of ideas, enriching the cultural life of communities, and creating economically vibrant neighborhoods.

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