This Week in Indie Bookstores
Pro-fascist activists continue to hound Berkeley’s Revolution Books by protesting events at the store.
Brooklyn’s independent bookstore scene has grown rapidly in recent years.
Miami’s Books & Books, a mini-chain, continues to expand, opening two new locations.
Posman Books, a mini-chain based out of New York, is opening a second Atlanta location.
Publishers Weekly takes a look at the pros and cons of running a crowdfunding campaign.
A crowdfunding campaign will allow a San Francisco bookstore, Borderlands Books, to purchase the building it occupies and continue operating.
Saudi Arabia, an American ally that recently granted women the right to drive, has banned Thursday’s Visitors from bookstores, claiming the novel by Badriyah al-Bishr is indecent.