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    Books by Hillary Rodham Clinton and NBC’s Katy Tur offer from-the-trenches accounts of the 2016 presidential election. Elsewhere on our Hardcover Nonfiction list, new cookbooks and motivational titles proliferate.

  • Bargain Books in the Digital Age

    The rebound in print sales has helped stabilize the remainder market.

  • Release of ‘What Happened’ Can’t Stop Sales Slide

    Not even the release of Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened, could end what is now a monthlong sales slide.

  • Bookstore News: September 22, 2017

    New bookstores planned for Ohio and New York; a California couple launch a mobile bookstore; visiting three of Washington state's indies; a bookstore's Hillary Clinton video goes viral; and more.

  • At Annual NEIBA Show, Booksellers Slam Amazon and Toast Each Other

    At the just-wrapped annual gathering of the New England Independent Booksellers Association (NEIBA), there were big names and one big outburst, when the host of the New England Book Awards Banquet, Joe Donahue, kicked off the evening with a loud expletive about Amazon.

  • New England Children's Booksellers Take Up Diversity, Inclusion at NEIBA Conference

    Children’s booksellers and authors came together to discuss ways to increase diverse perspectives in children’s literature at the annual New England Independent Booksellers Association gathering in Providence, R.I., held September 18–20.

  • Bookstore News: September 20, 2017

    New bookstores to open in Rhode Island and Virginia; the Seattle Mystery Bookstore to close, a list of gay bookstores around the world; and more.

  • Riggio Backs Parneros at B&N Annual Meeting

    Barnes & Noble chairman Len Riggio gave new company CEO Demos Parneros his firm support, calling Parneros "the perfect fit" to help the company grow its top line and improve profits.

  • McNally Jackson Offshoot to Open in Williamsburg

    The Manhattan bookseller intends to open a second store, at 76 North 4th Street in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, by November.

  • SIBA Discovery Show Thrives in the Big Easy

    Booksellers from more than 71 stores attended the SIBA Discovery Show in New Orleans last weekend, where diversity and race were major topics—as was the impending move of the organization's executive director, Wanda Jewell, who is relocating to the West Coast.

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