Bookstores are starting to reopen across the country, as depicted in this photo essay.
Reopening poses challenges and opportunities for bookstores.
The entire publishing industry is being reshaped by COVID-19.
Browsing bookstore shelves might be the key to saving them.
The COVID-19 lockdown didn’t help France’s already struggling bookstores.
Meanwhile, German booksellers are doing well after reopening.
Indie bookstores aren’t winning over quarantine readers—even as those readers read more books.
Oakland-based Marcus Books, America’s oldest black-owned bookstore, fights for its survival.
Literati Bookstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan is taking its famous typewriter online.
Publishers Weekly reports that March bookstore sales were down.
And the ABA reports that bookstore e-commerce traffic is down, too.