05 Oct

Building Community And Resistance Through Read-Ins With K. Kerimian, The Nonbinarian Book Bike

This article is an excerpt from The ABA Right to Read Toolkit: How Booksellers and Readers Can Resist Book Bans. Check out the full Toolkit on BookWeb!

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14 Sep

4 Easy Ways to Make Your Events More Accessible

At ABA, we’re already preparing for Winter Institute 2024, and that includes looking at our venues and programming through an accessibility lens. While we make these decisions with hundreds of people in mind, many of our accommodations are scalable and can be implemented for any size store event.

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31 Aug

Gearing Up for Wi2024: The Sights in Cincinnati

Registration for Winter Institute 2024 opens soon! Here's a look at what awaits in Cincinnati.
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17 Aug

How Tubby & Coo’s Became a Traveling Book Shop

Tubby & Coo’s, a New Orleans queer-owned store, recently transitioned from a brick-and-mortar location to a traveling book shop. Owner Candice Huber told us more about the transition and their plans for the future.
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