Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Loyalty Bookstore in Washington, D.C., is holding a soft opening on Valentine’s Day and a grand opening on Saturday, February 16.
The Center for Fiction’s new, 18,000-square-foot facility in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, will include a new indie bookstore.
Book No Further in Roanoke, Virginia, is moving to a larger store in March. The new 1,200-square-foot location will enable the store to increase inventory, add book- and reading-related merchandise, and host author signings, writing classes, and book club meetings. An expanded children’s area will include space for reading and activities.
EyeSeeMe in St. Louis, Missouri, was featured in an article titled “They Wanted Their Kids to Read Black Authors. So They Opened a Bookstore.”
The Book Catapult in San Diego, California was profiled in the article “Hurtling toward disaster, the Book Catapult was rescued — by its competitors.”
Print: A Bookstore was mentioned in the article “Neighborhood on the verge: Portland’s East End comes into its own.”
Green Apple Books co-owner Pete Mulvihill talked to the San Francisco Diaries podcast about how he came to be owner of the iconic San Francisco store.
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The Center for Fiction’s new, 18,000-square-foot facility in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, will include a new indie bookstore. The Center for Fiction’s new, 18,000-square-foot facility in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, will include a new indie bookstore.