New bookstores open in Texas and Colorado; a beloved Miami bookstore may be saved; Asian authors are upset with Amazon; and more.

Texas's Interabang Books Opens this Weekend: The new bookstore is the one "Dallas needs," D Magazine writes.

Colorado Bookstore Debuts: Bookbinders Basalt, a new independent bookstore in Basalt, Col., opened earlier this month.

Win a Bookstore in Pennsylvania: From My Shelf Books and Gifts in Wellsboro, Pa. is holding an essay contest to find a new owner.

Miami Bookstore May Remain Open: The Bookstore in the Grove is slated to close, but a buyer is interested in keeping it open.

New Memphis Bookstore to Feature Restaurant: Novel, a new bookstore in Memphis opening in August, will feature Libro, a restaurant.

Texas Bookstore Celebrates 40 Years: Books N Things, a used bookstore in Harlingen, Tex., opened in 1977 and now offers 100,000 titles for sale in-store and online.

South East Asian Authors Complain About Amazon: Self-published writers from Malaysia are upset that their countrymen cannot buy their e-books from Amazon.