Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Drama Book Shop in New York City is set to reopen in a new location in March of next year.
Griffin Bay Bookstore in Friday Harbor, Washington, celebrated its 40th anniversary with a party in conjunction with its annual sale and open house.
Julie Wernersbach will become general manager of Book Revue in Huntington, New York, effective January 2020.
Charis Books & More and Firestorm were featured in an article called “Is the Resurgence of Feminist Bookstore in the South a Moment or a Movement?”
Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena, California, was featured in an article called “Vroman’s will celebrate its 125 anniversary and induct author Walter Mosley into Hall of Fame.”
The San Francisco Chronicle mentioned Book Passage in Corte Madera, California, in an article called, “Voice of C-3PO coming to SF bookstore to tell inside story of ‘Star Wars.’”
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