This Week in Independent Bookstores
Tokyo’s night life district might soon have a new addition—Kabukicho Book Center—a combination bookstore and “host club.”
The Week takes a look at the rise and fall of the once-mighty Christian bookstore.
The largest bookstore in the world, located in Tehran, Iran, has opened.
For Amazon’s tenth brick and mortar bookstore, the company has made some adjustments—instead of twenty-six inches wide, aisles will now measure thirty-two inches.
Librairie Racines opened in a low-income neighborhood in Montreal with the hope of inspiring people.
A former logging restaurant in Maine is being converted into a combination bookstore and wine bar.
Recent surveys suggest that more than twenty percent of municipalities in Japan have no bookstore.