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Bookstores

  1. books
    The London Bookstore That Became the Face of a MovementA.N. Devers opened the Second Shelf to change how we talk about (and pay for) rare books by women.
  2. bookstore news
    McNally Jackson Is Staying Put — and Massively ExpandingThe Soho store isn’t relocating, but new branches are set to anchor big developments at City Point and South Street Seaport.
  3. A Lifelong Relationship With BookCourt, Ended Just a Moment Too SoonThe bookstore where I spent my whole adulthood will go out of business just before I become an author.
  4. A Little Good News: Three Lives & Co. Bookstore Will Stay PutThree Lives & Co. signs a lease it can live with.
  5. space of the week
    How an Iconic Bookstore Transformed Into a French-Design GallerySuzanne Demisch and Stephane Danant have moved their gallery from Chelsea to a legendary space in Greenwich Village.
  6. used erotica
    Don’t Donate Your Copy of 50 Shades to CharityNo one wants your used erotica, sorry.
  7. brands
    Barnes & Noble’s New Business Strategy: Fancy Plastic BagsAmazon may have cheaper books, but they don’t have plastic bags. 
  8. books
    The Strand’s Stand: How It Keeps Going in the Age of AmazonThere is only one true long-term threat to the legendary bookstore, and it comes from within.
  9. taylor swift excursions
    The Cut’s Recommended-Reading List for Taylor SwiftFollowing her trip to McNally Jackson.
  10. on the books
    6 Independent Bookstores That Are Thriving — and How They Do ItIt’s not all bad news out there.
  11. your new career
    Go Ahead, Run This Feminist Bookstore in ChicagoTwo owners are looking for their successor.
  12. books
    Borders Makes a Bid for Barnes & NobleBill Ackman finances Borders’s $960 million takeover bid to buy Barnes & Noble.
  13. books
    Bush’s Book is No. 1 — Not That You’d Know It by Going to New York’s Independent BooksellersWe took an informal survey of where ‘Decision Points’ was placed all over Manhattan.
  14. books
    Barnes & Noble Fends Off BurkleLen Riggio, the founder and CEO, managed to convince shareholders to pick his team.
  15. neighborhood news
    Everybody’s Sad About the Closing of the Barnes & Noble on 66th and BroadwayNow, to replicate the experience, Upper West Siders are going to have to trudge all the way up to … 82nd and Broadway, where there is another massive Barnes & Noble.