Posts Tagged: Greenlight Bookstore

This Week in Indie Bookstores

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Bookstores are getting more political because of Trump. And as it turns out, getting political is pretty good for business. Facebook deleted and then restored an Oak Park, Michigan bookstore’s page over a stray copyright claim.

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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Just announced today: beloved Brooklyn bookstore BookCourt is closing after 35 years in business. Independent booksellers were the focus of a panel at the Miami Book Fair—discussion focused on how big business was surprised that small business strategies could be useful in selling books. Kyoto, Japan is home to a bookstore hostel with eighteen bunks built into […]

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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Hillary Clinton sought some post-election refuge at Savoy Bookstore in Rhode Island. Borgo Publishing, a small indie publisher, will open an bookstore in Tuscaloosa. Iconic Canadian bookstore owner James Munro passed away at the age of eighty-seven. Washington DC’s Kramerbooks is expanding just in time for a president who claims not to have enough time to […]

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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A bookstore owner in Maine has collected a huge payday after a rare stamp sold for close to $60,000. One of the missing Hong Kong booksellers was a British citizen, and now Britain is saying this citizen was involuntarily removed to the mainland. A California bookstore is helping single book lovers find each other by selling […]

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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More than 150 faculty and staff have signed a letter of protest over the commercialization of the York University bookstore in Toronto, Canada. Meanwhile, Notre Dame’s bookstore is making tons of money. A Chicago-area bookstore doesn’t intend to earn much money. The rare art book store is hoping to balance the books with alternative revenue streams. […]

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Armchair/Shotgun‘s 5th Anniversary Party

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Literary magazine Armchair/Shotgun—winner of the 2012 Saboteur award, one of the New York Times Magazine‘s ten “literary heirs,” and subject of an upcoming Rumpus interview—is turning five years old! Go celebrate with them tomorrow, February 7, at 7:30 PM at Brooklyn’s Greenlight Bookstore. Contributors to all four previous issues will be there to read their work, including Alanna Bailey, […]

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