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09 Jul

Kids' Indie Next List to Debut This Fall: Nominations Needed Now

This Friday, July 11, is the deadline for nominations for the Fall Children's Indie Next List, which will be the debut kids' Next List.

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09 Jul

A Interview With Indie Favorite David Wroblewski, Author of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle


David Wroblewski

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09 Jul

A Wild and IndieBound Independence Day at Titcomb's

When Vicky Uminowicz of Titcomb's Bookshop in East Sandwich, Massachusetts, received her store's IndieBound "Eat Sleep Read" poster, she immediately knew it would be too big for the store's multi-paned colonial windows. However, Uminowicz did have the perfect place for the big red poster: on the back of the bookstore's red, white, and blue Fourth of July parade float.

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09 Jul

Indie Bestsellers: Independent Retailing-Focused Business Books

Based on sales at hundreds of independent bookstores nationwide for the 12-week period ending July 8, 2008.

1.

Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future
Bill McKibben, Holt, $14, 9780805087222

2.

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08 Jul

IndieBound on PC Magazine's 'Cool Web Site' List

PC Magazine's AppScout, which "scour[s] the world in search of the best software, sites, and Web apps," recently named IndieBound.org to its list of "Cool Web Sites."

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02 Jul

IndieBound.org Launches Innovative Features

The summer reading season is kicking into high gear, and so is IndieBound.org. A number of innovative features have recently been added to help consumers find great titles... and nearby indie bookstores.

Here's a look at what's new:

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02 Jul

July Indie Notables Fliers & Shelf-Talkers Debut

The July 2008 Indie Next List Notables flier is now available in a downloadable PDF on BookWeb.org. The redesigned flier joins and amplifies the other new IndieBound materials, especially the new Indie Next List fliers, which debuted with the July list.

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30 Jun

On the Road With IndieBound

Over the next several months, American Booksellers Association staff will be visiting locations around the country to answer questions, share ideas, and help position bookstores to take advantage of IndieBound and all that it has to offer.

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26 Jun

Bookstores IndieBound for Independence Day

As Americans gear up for next week's Fourth of July celebrations, ABA member booksellers are using IndieBound marketing materials to create or supplement their own unique "Independents" promotions.

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25 Jun

BookPeople: Creating Banners to Spread the Indie Word

Claire Klassen couldn't wait to return home from BookExpo America and start using IndieBound at Austin, Texas' BookPeople. "We are the perfect environment to spread the message of 'independents,'" she explained.

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25 Jun

The Indie Cooking Bestseller List

Based on sales at hundreds of independent bookstores nationwide for the eight-week period ending June 24, 2008.

1.

The Art of Simple Food
Alice Waters, Clarkson Potter, $35, 9780307336798

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25 Jun

Who Gets What -- and When -- With IndieBound

When IndieBound, the new movement celebrating the value of independent bookstores and other locally owned indie retailers, was launched by the American Booksellers Association at end of May, all independently owned member stores were automatically included in the program. A Literary Liberation Box with posters, decals, buttons, bookmarks, and lots of other rallying materials was sent to all locally owned ABA member stores.

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25 Jun

Illinois Bookstore Speaks to the African-American Experience

When Kevin Roberts and daughter Maia Roberts launched an online African-American bookstore a few years ago, they were well aware that "there was a lot more out there" than the small selection of African-American titles they saw at a local chain.

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24 Jun

'Here's What You Just Did'

"Here's What You Just Did," available on BookWeb.org in flier and poster formats in both generic and editable versions, has emerged as one of the most popular marketing materials developed for IndieBound.

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19 Jun

Reaching Out to Local Retailers Through IndieBound

With IndieBound Literary Liberation Box materials in hand, ABA member booksellers ranging from Bainbridge Island, Washington, to Woodstock, New York, are reaching out to other local independent businesses in their communities. Response from other indie retailers has been, in a word, "excited."

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