Booksellers can take advantage of numerous specials that publishers and university presses are offering on a wide array of frontlist and backlist titles in celebration of Indies First on Small Business Saturday.
The October 4 video conference on using social media to increase customers and drive sales, part of a series of educational roundtables held every other Thursday, will feature four experienced bookseller panelists.
The year-long scholarship will send one bookseller to ABA’s 2019 Winter Institute and their region’s 2019 fall trade show as well as provide $1,000 to start a community outreach program through the store.
Australian Booksellers Association names next CEO; Love Your Bookstore campaign announced; Small Business Saturday materials available; EU approves lower VAT for ebooks; Lerner to distribute Creston Books; Staff changes at Henry Holt, S&S Children’s, Putnam, Dutton, Berkley; New executive director for CLMP; Nobel sexual harassment scandal yields conviction; CBC announces Diversity Award winners; National Book Foundation announces Literature for Justice program; Changes for Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Awards; Carle Honors award winners announced; Stephan Russo Book Prize for Social Justice finalists, Scotiabank Giller finalists announced
According to Tyler Goodson of Avid Bookshop, in All You Can Ever Know, “Chung shares her story of daughterhood and motherhood with such thoughtfulness and honesty that it feels like a privilege to read.”
The American Booksellers Association, a national not-for-profit trade organization, works with booksellers and industry partners to ensure the success and profitability of independently owned book retailers, and to assist in expanding the community of the book.
Independent bookstores act as community anchors; they serve a unique role in promoting the open exchange of ideas, enriching the cultural life of communities, and creating economically vibrant neighborhoods.