Posts Tagged: Greece
A state run bookstore in Shanghai is ripping out pages from Webster’s Dictionary that include a reference to Taiwan.
The Dallas Morning News checks in with Deep Vellum Books, the bookstore offshoot of Deep Vellum Publishing that owner Will Evans sought a business partner to keep going....more
In the midst of the Greek debt crisis and its repercussions, many writers are using the country’s economic downturn as fuel for a poetic renaissance:
In a country where there is less to go around across the board – including fewer young people – poetry is “the one thing there is more of,” writes editor Karen Van Dyck.
A character in Jim C. Hines’s Libriomancer calls bookstores “the closest thing I have to a church.”
If you, too, worship at the altar of crowded shelves and cracked spines, you’ll adore this list of ten unique bookstores from around the world as much as we did....more