Posts Tagged: India
A Jordanian bookseller opened a 24-hour “Emergency Room for the Mind” that offers life-affirming literature.
One Seattle-area bookstore thinks to the key to success is more competition and is seeking out a neighboring bookstore to open nearby....more
Unsurprisingly, shoppers of local, independent bookstores are much more loyal than digital customers.
Dallas has books. Deep Vellum, on the verge of closing last year is expanding, while Wild Detectives is turning more towards the local literary scene....more
A New Paltz, New York bookstore with an anti-Trump sign is fighting a ban against it.
An Egyptian bookstore has a “scream room” where customers can scream as loudly as they like.
With the Gilmore Girls revival only a month a way, there’s a hypothesis that Jess might own a Stars Hollow Bookstore....more
Perumal Morrigan is an author from a small Indian town who writes about caste and how it plays out in fictional villages. After bearing an organized attack against his novel One Part Woman in his hometown, the author didn’t write or read for several years, reports Ellen Barry for the New York Times....more
One of the missing Hong Kong booksellers has been returned, and gave a speech warning about the power of China’s central government and the waning independence of Hong Kong.
Tiny, the cat that lives in Brooklyn’s Community Bookstore, had a big adventure in the city—he disappeared, causing panic among the store’s employees, before deciding to return....more
A charity bookstore in Swansea, Wales, had so many copies of Fifty Shades of Gray that the store built a fort.
A Georgia store needs a superhero after more than $200,000 worth of comic books were stolen....more
For The Millions, Antonio Ruiz-Camacho interviews novelist Karan Mahajan about the origins of his recently released novel The Association of Small Bombs. The two also discuss how moving from New Delhi to America shaped Mahajan’s writing:
It gave me a sense of freedom in my writing.