“I’m interested in beautiful events that are wrong.”
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Indie bookstore news from across the country and around the world!
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Loganberry Books in Cleveland, Ohio is drawing attention to female authors by turning books by men around on the shelves, leaving the books pages out to hide the spine. A Pittsburgh bookstore is providing a home to books by writers in exile, drawing attention to the authors’ works. The collapse of the coloring book market is hurting […]
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Brooklyn-based photographer Ebru Yildiz talks with Allyson McCabe about shooting concert photos, moving to New York from Turkey, and discovering the city’s music scene.
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The Comic Book Theater Festival runs from June 3rd–29th at The Brick in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.