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  • This Week's Bestsellers: November 28, 2016

    New books by two Fox News hosts claim the top spots on their respective lists. Plus the success of the new movie ‘Arrival' boosts sales for a 12-year-old SF anthology, Zadie Smith connects with 'Swing Time', and much more.

  • Barnes & Noble Looks for a Sales Rebound

    With the election over, the chain expects sales to pick up as the holiday gift-giving season approaches.

  • The College Bookstore, Disrupted

    As the traditional market for textbooks has faltered, many college stores have dropped “book” from their name. And some have stopped selling textbooks altogether.

  • Sales See Modest Post-Election Dip

    In the first full week of sales after the election, unit sales slipped 1% over the comparable week in 2015. New books by Megyn Kelly and Bernie Sanders had solid starts.

  • Chicagoland Indies Mobilize Windy City Area's Literary Community

    Two dozen Chicagoland independent bookstores are mobilizing the Windy City area's literary community by forming the Chicago Independent Bookstore Alliance, raising the visibility of Chicagoland's indies both in the region and on social media.

  • Indies First Returns on Saturday for Third Year

    On November 26, independent booksellers around the country will be celebrating Indies First on Small Business Saturday with author events, flash storytimes, discounts, and cake to kick off the holiday selling season.

  • B&N Concept Store Opens In Eastchester

    Barnes & Noble's first concept store, originally slated to open in October in Eastchester, N.Y., opened on Tuesday morning. The official grand opening is set for December 2.

  • New Owners for Village Books and Kramerbooks Early Next Year

    Two of the country’s most iconic bookstores are about to change hands. The management team is buying Village Books and Paper Dreams in Bellingham, Wash., while a local D.C. restaurateur is purchasing Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe.

  • Bookstore News: November 22, 2016

    Bookstores open in Louisiana and Pennsylvania; a Japanese bookstore chain preps for its Texas debut; a Christian bookseller works to stop sex trafficking; and more.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending November 13, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • Books on Politics, Trump Get Election Sales Bump

    Books with "Trump" in the title got a post-election boost, as did many titles that deal with the big themes of the campaigns.

  • Monthly StatShot, June 2016

    Sales of adult trade books dropped 2.8% in the first half of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015, according to figures released by the Association of American Publishers as part of its StatShot program.

  • More Independent Booksellers Are Getting Into the Publishing Business

    Looking to boost their bottom lines, some indies are forgoing things like cafes and coffee bars to become full-fledged publishers.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: November 21, 2016

    Commentary and analysis on this week's PW Bestseller Lists.

  • Bookstores of Every Kind

    A revival of the independent bookstore sector has been taking place over the past few years. That resurgence can been seen in the Pacific Northwest, which even before the indie rebound was already a veritable bookstore mecca.

  • Bookstore News: November 17, 2016

    A Washington, D.C. store preps for a holiday expansion; a Texas bookstore owner makes a comeback; Canadian stores get the okay to sell books and booze; and more.

  • Bookstore News: November 16, 2016

    An iconic New York City store gets a new lease on bookselling and a closing store will return; a Pennsylvania bookstore gets geeky; and more.

  • September Bookstore Sales Up 1.7%

    Bookstore sales in September were $1.16 billion, up from $1.14 billion one year ago.

  • B&N Concept Store to Open Nov. 22

    After several changes on when its new concept store in Eastchester, N.Y. will open, Barnes & Noble has now set November 22 as the new date.

  • Bookstore News: November 14, 2016

    A Massachusetts bookstore turns publisher; a Wyoming store bans wi-fi; a New Hampshire store celebrates its first quarter century; and more.

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