A Texas bookstore launches a series for rejected stories; professors protest their college bookstore; a Bucharest bookseller gets back to business; and more.

Texas Bookstore Offers Rejected Reading Series: Wild Detectives bookstore in Dallas has created a reading series for writers to read stories rejected for publication.

Professors Fight Follett College Bookstore: Under new management bookstore by Follett, the bookstore at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. cut the number of adult trade books by 50% and children's books by 80% and the school's professors are complaining.

Washington D.C. Gets a Holiday Pop-up: Solid State Books, which is still building out its new storefront, will open a temporary pop-up nearby for holiday shoppers.

Romanian English-language Bookstore Reopens: Anthony Frost bookstore in Bucharest, which closed earlier this year, has reopened within in a branch of the Carturesti bookstore chain.

Children's Pop-up Opens in Luxembourg: Lucy Goosey’s Reading Adventure is offering books for sale in the same space where the The Book Loft run by Chapters1, now bankrupt, was until earlier this year.