This Week in Indie Bookstores
Chicago’s Wicker Park has been gentrifying, but Quimby’s, a quirky indie bookstore, remains a haven for alt lit.
Amazon probably doesn’t care whether customers buy anything from its physical stores.
The New Yorker takes a look at why China is cracking down on dissidents, including Hong Kong booksellers that disappeared late last year.
Washington DC is getting a new bookstore in its Capitol Hill neighborhood.
In Oakland, California, a bookseller’s van with more than $350,000 worth of rare books was stolen, including novels by Faulkner, Hemingway, and Asimov.
New York City has a specialty bookstore to satisfy just about every interest.