Why We Need Border Fiction More Than Ever

Column by Justin Hunter November 29, 2017
Now, more than ever, we need to amplify the voices of the border. We need to read and share more border fiction to help spread understanding.
Borders in Jurong, Singapore

Borders Bookstore to Reopen—in Singapore

News by Dean Fetzer August 2, 2013
A company in Singapore has purchased the Borders identity and plans to open one store in Jurong, Singapore.
Borders Gift Cards Officially Worthless

Unused Borders Gift Cards Officially Worthless, Judge Rules

News by Christopher Shultz May 28, 2013
Despite the retail chain shuttering all 642 stores two years ago, some agitated customers had hopes of receiving compensation for their cards.
Borders Sign Goes to Auction

Borders Sign Goes to Auction, Letter by Letter

News by Christopher Shultz January 28, 2013
The now defunct retail chain's logo has a chance to help other struggling booksellers.

Does Borders Demise Signal the Death of Bookstores?

Column by John Jarzemsky November 23, 2011
A brief look at the demise of Borders, and the lessons that other brick and mortar retailers need to learn.
Books-A-Million will open 41 new stores next month

Books-A-Million Actually OPENING New Stores

News by Rob Hart October 28, 2011
Books-A-Million is bucking the trend of the struggling bookstore, opening 41 new locations next month.

Books Without Borders: Life after Liquidation

Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen October 20, 2011
Plenty of publishers and booksellers, authors and editors, baristas, retailers, and representatives worked with Borders to stock the shelves, sign books, make deals and jerk lattes. So what now?

Contents Unchanged: Don't Judge A Book By Its Packaging

Column by John Jarzemsky October 3, 2011
An examination of the cultural backlash against eReaders and how books are changing (and remaining the same) in the post-bookstore world of digital content delivery.