Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Second Star to the Right children’s bookstore in Denver, Colorado, has settled into its new home at 1545 South Pearl Street.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette featured Lesley Rains of City of Asylum in an article titled “Bookstore manager to attend world’s oldest book fair in Germany.”
The Washington Post featured Jennifer Powell and Seth Marko, owners of The Book Catapult in San Diego, California, in an article called “A bookstore owner was in the hospital. So his competitors came and kept his shop open.”
The Washington Post mentioned member stores Politics and Prose, Hooray for Books, and Old Town Books, among others, in an article titled “How do indie bookstore compete with Amazon? Personality — and a sense of community.”
McGuire.com mapped the 15 best indie bookstores in San Francisco, California.
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