Washington NC is a sleepy town of 10,112, unless someone died or was born since we visited. It was deserted when we arrived, but it was 100 degrees in the Continue Reading
by Janet Geddis of Avid Bookshop If there’s one thing I’ve learned about being a startup bookstore owner, it’s that all the time estimates you think are givens are so Continue Reading
One woman’s quest to ban a book in a Middle York, PA elementary school library continues on, even though district officials and educators deemed it acceptable reading in March 2010. The Continue Reading
I’ve seen it happen all too often to owners of new bookstores – you have an idea, you try your hardest to get it up and running, and your euphoria Continue Reading
Do you want to sell new books or used books? Do you want to stick to a specific type of book or have a general bookstore? Do you want to Continue Reading
I want to own a bookstore. Put more accurately: I want to own a bookstore and so does my girlfriend. She’s currently in grad school so I have two years to prepare Continue Reading
The Reader – Or was it “such stuff as dreams are made on”? It was a chilly Gurgaon winter morning of the grey yellow variety when moist air clings to the Continue Reading
After years of dreaming and almost two years of planning, Jessica Stockton Bagnulo and Rebecca Fitting finally opened Greenlight Bookstore in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn. I’m well aware of Greenlight Bookstore’s opening even though I live 3,000 miles away and have never been to Brooklyn. How did they do that?