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  • Awards & Prizes

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  • Bookselling

    Bookstore News: June 20, 2017

    A new indie for Oklahoma; Belmont Books opens in Massachusetts; a North Carolina chainlet changes hands; and more.

  • Comics

    Layoffs at Papercutz

    The children's graphic novel publisher has laid off several workers, including its v-p of marketing.

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