Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Joseph-Beth Booksellers will host the grand reopening of its Lexington Green location on October 17.
Madison Street Books in Chicago, Illinois, was featured in an article called “Book Store Veterans Team Up to Bring Community-Focused Madison Street Books to Booming West Loop.”
The Neverending Bookshop in Edmonds, Washington, was featured in an article called “Perrinville bookshop focuses on building community of readers.”
NeverMore Books in Beaufort, North Carolina, was the subject of the article “Hurricane prep broke a Beaufort bookshop’s window. Luckily, the owner had a spooky solution.”
John Grisham stopped by New Dominion Bookshop in Charlottesville, Virginia, to sign copies of his new legal thriller, The Guardians (Doubleday).
Towne Book Center in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, has welcomed Drew Mondry as a managing partner.
Clancey D’Isa has been promoted to marketing director for the Seminary Co-op Bookstore and 57th Street Books.
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