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  • A Look at New Bookstores
    There are great bookshops in Queens, but they’re all quite a haul from our neighborhood, which is such a world unto itself.
  • Identity, Perseverance, and Setting: A Latinx Heritage Month Celebration
    Tickets were available with the purchase of one of those novels through six independent Latinx bookshops across the country—Mil Mundos, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Third House Books, Gainesville, Fla.; Epilogue Books, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Booklandia, Oakland, Calif.; Kew & Willow Books
  • Bookselling Tips from Children’s Institute 2017
    “Running a Successful Children’s Department Staff Meeting”With Kelsey April of Savoy Bookshop & Café in Westerly, R.I., and Bank Square in Mystic, Conn.; Laura DeLaney of Rediscovered Books in Boise, Idaho; Valerie Koehler of Blue Willow Bookshop (moderator) in Houston, Tex
  • Children’s Institute 2020: Big Kids' Books for Summer/Fall 2020
    “For middle grade, I’m looking forward to lots,” says Lily Tschudi-Campbell, marketing coordinator at Red Balloon Bookshop in St.
  • BEA's Convention & Education Schedule
    Back to Main Page 
  • SCBA's Schmooze Cruise
    Donna Paz's marketing seminar opened the SCBA show aboard the Queen Mary.
  • Mid-South's Boasts High Spirits But Low Attendance
    Auden and Stephen Spender.Indeed the guide was spawned by frequent phone requests she has gotten "from people everywhere, wanting information, historical and otherwise, on writers and sites here related to them or their work, recommendations for New Orleans books, and bookshops," she said.
  • New Books from Old Masters: Seuss, Sendak, and Silverstein
    “Once NPR stories hit, it seems to get huge,” says Tigani of Queen Anne Books.
  • Bookselling Tips from Children’s Institute 2019
    San Antonio, Tex.; and Angela Whited, Red Balloon Bookshop,St.
  • Remembering a Year to Forget
    —Alex George, owner, Skylark Bookshop, Columbia, Mo.; founder and director, the Unbound Book Festival “I left home for Inklings Bookshop, in Yakima, Wash., on Mar. 11 wrote 19 with owner Susan Richmond.
  • Children’s Bookselling Tips from Winter Institute 2017
    “ABC Presents: Using Nielsen Data to Expand Nonfiction Sales”With Kenny Brechner of Devaney, Doak & Garrett Booksellers in Farmington, Maine; Tegan Tigani of Queen Anne Book Company in Seattle, Wash.; Carol Moyer of Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh, N.C. ;
  • Bookstores Go It Alone in Reopening
    Gibson’s Bookstore in Concord, N.H., is open to customers by appointment only, while Annie Philbrick, owner of Bank Square Books in Mystic, Conn., and Savoy Bookshop & Café in Westerly, R.I., has gone to a plastic hall pass approach.
  • Galleys on the Go Give Readers an Early Look at Debut Novel
    Before I Fall centers on Samantha, a high-school queen bee who attempts to redeem herself, as she relives the day of her death seven times after she's killed in a car crash.
  • LGBTQ Publishing: Books for Every Body
    Recent headlines have brought transgender issues into the public consciousness: the homecoming-queen crowning of a transgender teen in conservative Utah, the very public transition of former Olympian and reality TV star Bruce Jenner, and a California woman’s lawsuit against Barnes & Noble for wrongful term
  • Rights Report: Week of June 23, 2014
    and Lola Levine, Drama Queen, which will be published in spring 2016.

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