5 Spiritual Bookstores for Discovery and Enlightenment

Column by Stephanie Bonjack June 5, 2017
A visit to a new genre's headquarters is always worthwhile. Open your mind at your nearest spiritual bookshop.

8 Lessons Bookstores Could Learn From Comic Book Stores

Column by Peter Derk
Listen up, bookstore snobs. Comic shops have something to say.

5 Lit-Friendly Cities You Can Expatriate To

Column by Christopher Shultz February 13, 2017
Has the political climate got you down? Are you ready to abandon your homeland and relocate to another country? Why not try these five literary destinations?
Barnes & Booze & Noble: Bookstore To Offer Beer And Wine

Barnes & Booze & Noble: Bookstore To Offer Beer And Wine

News by Peter Derk June 27, 2016
Tired of bringing a flask to the bookstore? Good news! Barnes & Noble to start selling beer and wine.
Open-Carry Customers Receive 10% Discount at Texas Bookstore

Open-Carry Customers Receive 10% Discount at Texas Bookstore

News by Raine Winters
Let’s hope no one gets into a fight over the last copy of 'Harry Potter.'
Booksellers Fight Age Restriction Rule on Bookshop Sites

Booksellers Fight Age Restriction Rule on Bookshop Sites

News by Raine Winters November 9, 2015
How far is too far when it comes to censorship?
Amazon Goes Brick And Mortar

Amazon Goes Brick And Mortar

News by Peter Derk November 4, 2015
Amazon has opened their first brick and mortar bookstore in Seattle, WA.
Japan's Brick And Mortar Bookstores Fight Back

Japan's Brick And Mortar Bookstores Fight Back

News by Peter Derk September 8, 2015
Two novel ways Japan's bookstores are fighting for brick and mortar.
Fulfill Your Bookish Dream of Running a Bookstore

Fulfill Your Bookish Dream of Running a Bookstore

News by Raine Winters August 24, 2015
Run a bookshop for an entire week, and live a literary fantasy.
Eulogy For A Secret NYC Bookstore

Eulogy For A Secret NYC Bookstore

News by Peter Derk
The closing of Brazenhead Books and the magic of a secret, illegal bookstore.
Bookstore Offers Refunds For Harper Lee's 'Go Set A Watchman'

Bookstore Offers Refunds For Harper Lee's 'Go Set A Watchman'

News by Peter Derk August 5, 2015
Why is a bookstore offering refunds to purchasers of Harper Lee's 'Go Set A Watchman'?
Tokyo

Book And Bed: Tokyo's Bookstore/Hotel

News by Peter Derk July 23, 2015
Ever wanted to spend the night in a bookstore? Here's your chance.
Christian Bale from the film adaptation of 'American Psycho'

Police Remove ‘American Psycho’ from Australian Bookstore Shelves

News by Raine Winters July 21, 2015
Because apparently, shrink-wrapped books are a thing.
Retailers Prepare for Independent Bookstore Day

Retailers Prepare for Independent Bookstore Day

News by Raine Winters April 29, 2015
The day will celebrate indie shops everywhere!

Path to Publication 3.5: Galleys, Bookstores, Marketing, and Putting the Pedal to the Metal

Column by Rob Hart March 17, 2015
So much of the publishing process is waiting for the next thing you have to do. Then everything happens at once—planning release parties and galleys and marketing. And it's pretty damn awesome.
Borderlands Books Finds a Way to Survive

Borderlands Books Finds a Way to Survive

News by Raine Winters February 27, 2015
Borderlands Books in San Francisco has found an innovative way to keep its doors open and its customers happy.
#TakeMyMoney: Hachette Sells Books Through Twitter

#TakeMyMoney: Hachette Sells Books Through Twitter

News by Peter Derk
Hachette's got a new scheme for selling books. Introducing the Twitter "BUY" button.
Tourist Locked in Bookstore

UPDATED: An American Dum-Dum in London: Tourist Locked in Bookstore

News by Peter Derk
An American tourist spent several hours locked in a London bookstore.
Tattered Cover

Tattered Cover Co-Founder Passes Away

News by Peter Derk September 24, 2014
Stephen Cogil Casari, co-founder of Denver's legendary Tattered Cover bookstore, has passed away.
BitLit: Turn Your Physical Books Into eBooks

BitLit: Turn Your Physical Books Into eBooks

News by Peter Derk May 23, 2014
BitLit is a new service that allows users to scan their physical books and then purchase the eBook version at a reduced cost. Does it work and what could it mean for bookstores?
Indiegogo Campaign to Help Relocate NYCs St. Mark's Bookshop

Indiegogo Campaign to Help Relocate NYCs St. Mark's Bookshop

News by Peter Derk
The Landmark NYC Bookshop needs your help with an indiegogo campaign to fund a shop-saving move.
Barnes & Noble's Holiday Sales Numbers Were Bad.

Barnes & Noble's Holiday Sales Numbers Were Bad. Very Bad.

News by Rob Hart January 10, 2014
Barnes & Noble saw big drops in holiday spending across the board, and closed a big flagship Manhattan location. Will appointing a new CEO breathe some life into the struggling bookseller?

A Literary Nerd in Krakow

Column by Rob Hart August 29, 2013
Kraków is a great destination for a literary nerd, from the abundance of folklore and legend to the emotional devastation of Nazi concentration camps.

A Literary Nerd in Prague

Column by Rob Hart August 27, 2013
From the Kafka Museum to the Sedlec Ossuary to its plethora of bookstores, Prague is a great destination for literary nerds.
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.