Bookstores

Yes, I Signed Books at Costco

Nov 30, 2015

Essay by S. Lorraine Norwood

Oh, yeah. I forgot. I’m not in a cozy bookstore. I’m not even in Barnes & Noble.

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Memories Matter More Than Bookstores

May 06, 2013

Essay by Jai Arjun Singh

The first bookstore in my life had two wheels and a nasal voice that called out 'Maga-zine! Maga-zine!'

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Playing God—With Books

Apr 22, 2013

Essay by Lisa Solod

Fresh off a divorce and my mother's diagnosis with Alzheimer's, I took a part-time job in my local bookstore.

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Why Bookstores Aren’t Helping Indie Authors—Yet

Apr 17, 2013

TW Column by David Biddle

The staff of this lovely shop didn’t welcome me with open arms.

Media Debate, Talking Indie, Bookstores | Read More

The Public Library Was My Bookstore

Apr 01, 2013

TW Column by Emily Toth

My mom and the library conspired to make me into a writer.

Bookstores, Nothing but the Toth | Read More

“My Name Is Wendy, and I’m a Bookstore Junkie"

Aug 08, 2011

Theme Essay by Wendy Glaas

Independent bookstores are proxies for the community, a form of literary profiling.

Bookstores, Candy for the Mind | Read More
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