Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Morland Books opened on Small Business Saturday in Lambertville, New Jersey.
Bravo’s Book Nook is now open in the lobby of the Off-Broadway Player’s Theater in New York City.
The Associated Press reported that indie booksellers are persevering despite Amazon and rising costs. The article featured quotes from Pete Mulvihill of Green Apple Books, Christine Onorati of WORD Bookstores, Chris Morrow of Northshire Bookstore, Jenny Cohen of Waucoma Bookstore, and Bradley Graham of Politics and Prose.
Norwich Bookstore was featured in an article called “Norwich Bookstore’s query brings a children’s classic back into print.”
WGN Radio reported that Anderson’s Bookshop in Illinois “has found success as a local, independent bookstore and pillar of the community.”
Gibson’s Bookstore in Concord, New Hampshire, was featured in an article called “For your gift list: Books with a New Hampshire accent.”
Nowhere Bookshop owner Jenny Lawson has asked San Antonians to help her choose books for the store.
The Wild Detectives in Dallas, Texas, was featured in an article called “Wild Detectives pokes fun at book nerds in new book ‘Reading Quirks’”
27th Letter Books in Detroit, Michigan, appeared in the news segment “Inside an Adorable Pop-Up Bookshop on Detroit’s East Side, 27th Letter Books.”
Mountain Xpress highlighted a number of indie bookstores in Western North Carolina.
Several booksellers in California recommended books for the Orange County Register.
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