This Week in Indie Bookstores
The Guardian looks at how an Australian feminist bookstore took on MRA trolls.
Two Dollar Radio, a Columbus-based independent publisher, plans to open a bookstore.
A community bookstore in Amman, Jordan that charged a pay-what-you-can fee for books nearly went bankrupt, but was saved by crowdfunding from around the world.
Meanwhile, Philadelphia’s Black and Nobel has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help save the store.
New York City’s The Strand has turned ninety years old. The current co-owner, Nancy Bass Wyden, whose grandfather opened the shop in 1927, started working at the store when she was twenty-five.
Lit Hub talks to a bookseller in the process of buying a bookstore.
An adult bookstore in Fort Dodge, Iowa might just have underage readers, according to complaint filed with the city council.