New Booksellers

20 Sep

Roanoke’s Book No Further Aims to Become Hub for Book Lovers and Authors

Book No Further will open on October 27 in downtown Roanoke, Virginia, with a mix of fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books and a focus on local authors and the history and sights of the region.

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13 Sep

Around Indies

The King’s English Bookshop celebrates 40 years; The Raven Book Store marks 30 years with change in ownership; Books & Mortar expanding in Grand Rapids; Ann Patchett speaks at Interabang Books grand opening; HugoBooks takes over café; Blue Ridge Books moving to new spot

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06 Sep

Around Indies

Solid State signs a lease; Argos opens in Texas; Rough Draft to open in New York; Parnassus opens airport store; Books Inc. relocates Mountain View store; Personnel​ ​changes​ ​at​ ​Avid​

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30 Aug

Around Indies

Austy’s opens in Indiana; I AM Books marks two years; Tubby & Coo’s to celebrate three years

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30 Aug

Goddess Murals Adorn Wisconsin’s New InkLink Books

InkLink Books, former librarian Kayleen Rohrer’s new general interest bookstore in East Troy, Wisconsin, opened earlier this summer and features murals of goddesses of wisdom from different world cultures.

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23 Aug

Around Indies

Uriel’s Unusual Bookstore coming to Missouri; Argos Brewhouse & Bookseller planned for Texas; Stirling Books & Brew opens; Novel bookstore debuts

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23 Aug

DIESEL Oakland to Reopen September 1 as East Bay Booksellers

On Friday, September 1, DIESEL, A Bookstore’s Oakland, California, location will reopen as East Bay Booksellers under the ownership of former store manager Brad Johnson.

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16 Aug

Around Indies

Fine Print Booksellers opens in Maine; Queens Bookshop Initiative holds soft opening; McLean & Eakin, Another Read Through mark anniversaries; New owners for Cover to Cover; Andover Bookstore, Ellen Plumb’s on the move; Savoy, Bank Square partner with Pequot Museum; Conundrum bookstore launches publishing arm; Water Street Bookstore wins Independent Spirit Award

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15 Aug

The Doylestown Bookshop to Open Second Store: The Lahaska Bookshop

Glenda Childs, owner of The Doylestown Bookshop in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, has plans to open The Lahaska Bookshop, a second store in nearby Lahaska, this September.

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09 Aug

Around Indies

Solid State Books to open in D.C.; Norwich Bookstore celebrates 23 years; Novel Books named best bookstore in county; Beyond Barcodes’ DeAndra Beard wins community service business award

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04 Aug

Dundee Book Company, a Mobile Bookstore, Rolls Into Omaha Literary Community

Omaha, Nebraska, couple Ted and Nicole Wheeler have launched the Dundee Book Company, a mobile bookstore selling titles by local authors, books from indie presses, and the best new literary writing.

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03 Aug

Limited Availability Remaining for “Owning a Bookstore” Workshop

Just a few spots remain for The Bookstore Training Group of Paz & Associates’ next “Owning a Bookstore” workshop, which takes place from August 27 to 30 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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02 Aug

Around Indies

The Little Boho Bookshop opens in New Jersey; Bibliobar to open next year in Texas; New owner for Book Review; Half Price Books marks 45 years; Duck’s Cottage marks 15 years; Basically Books relocates; Lit. on Fire plans a move

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01 Aug

Interabang Books Schedules Grand Opening for September 9

Interabang Books opened its doors in Dallas on July 1 and has scheduled its grand opening for Saturday, September 9, with a kick-off party to follow on Monday, September 11.

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25 Jul

Welcome to ABA, Winston Smith Books!

This installment of Bookselling This Week’s series “Welcome to ABA!” features Winston Smith Books, a used and rare bookstore in Auburn, California, which joined ABA earlier this year.

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