The American Booksellers Association looks at how booksellers are celebrating Black History Month.
Bookseller Adam Stern makes an argument for why brick-and-mortar bookstores matter.
The owners of Frugal Bookstore, Boston’s only Black-owned bookstore, discuss going viral during the Black Lives Matter protests last June.
Portuguese booksellers urge the government to let them reopen.
Black-owned MahoganyBooks, in Maryland, will open a second location later this year.
For all the New Yorkers who fled the city during the pandemic for the Hudson Valley: here’s a round-up of the region’s bookstores.
The Barnes & Noble formula for reinventing itself relies on flexibility of local stores to develop their own character.
Barnes & Noble Education, the separate retailer servicing college campus bookstores, sees big stock market gains.
For bookstores participating in Independent Bookstore Day, now is the time to prepare for the fast-approaching April 24 celebration.