Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Lion’s Mouth Bookstore in Green Bay, Wisconsin, was featured in an article called “Lion’s Mouth Bookstore open for business in downtown Green Bay.”
Kate Schlademan of The Learned Owl Book Shop in Hudson, Ohio, has been elected as the next councilperson to represent Ward One.
Cindy Dach of Changing Hands in Tempe and Phoenix, Arizona, received the 2019 ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year Award from the Greater Phoenix Chamber.
Buffalo Street Books in Ithaca, New York, was profiled in the article “Two years after near closure, Ithaca’s community-owned bookstore is ‘thriving.’”
OzarksFirst.com called Pagination Bookshop in Springfield, Missouri, a “brave young bookstore [that’s setting] itself apart from the retail competition.”
Sausalito Books by the Bay in Sausalito, California, was featured in an article called “Rescued Sausalito bookstore delivers on community engagement.”
Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, North Carolina, created a winter window display featuring Pete the Cat.
Books & Books, Charis Books, Alabama Booksmith, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Square Books, Parnassus Books, BookPeople, and Chop Suey Books were highlighted among the best bookstores in the Southern United States.
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