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- New Graphic Novel Peels Back The Story Of Infamous Wisconsin Serial Killer Ed Gein (First Look)
Did You Hear What Eddie Gein Done? arrives in comic shops Wednesday, Aug. 4 and bookstores Tuesday, Aug. 17.
Forbes. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- In Pakistan, Textbooks Featuring Malala Removed From Bookstores
Authorities began confiscating a social studies textbook featuring a photo of Malala Yousafzai, the education activist, after she questioned marriage norms.
New York Times. Friday, 16 Jul 2021.
- Washington Heights bookstore grows from pop-up to community force in 10 years
Word Up Community Bookshop serves as a place to find the perfect book, but perhaps even more crucially, has become an important community hub.
ABC News. Thursday, 8 Jul 2021.
- Texas bookstore owner shares letter from customer claiming mask requirements will lead to new 'Jim Crow'
owner in Texas shared a letter on social media from an anonymous customer who claimed that COVID-19 mask requirements like the business' will lead to a new form of "Jim Crow."
Fox News. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- In a Muffled Hong Kong, Bookstores Offer Freedom of Thought
Some independent shops flout the new limits on free expression. Others try to come to terms with them. For readers, they offer a sense of connection in a changed city.
New York Times. Monday, 21 Jun 2021.
- As bookstores struggled with COVID-19, this Culver City shop was just opening
Village Well Books & Coffee opened in L.A.'s worst pandemic month, on a famously doomed corner. For owner Jennifer Caspar, it was all a lucky break.
Los Angeles Times. Thursday, 17 Jun 2021.
- How L.A.'s indie bookstores survived the worst of the pandemic
After a brutal year of economic uncertainty, booksellers in L.A. are expecting a full recovery. But the June 15 reopening is reigniting safety concerns.
Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 16 Jun 2021.
- 10 LGBTQ Book Events For Pride Month
Across the United States, libraries and bookstores are hosting LGBTQ book events for Pride month, a mix of readings, panels and other virtual and in-person events covering a mix of fiction, young adult, memoir, and non-fiction.
Forbes. Tuesday, 8 Jun 2021.
- Author Ann Patchett's bookstore
Ann Patchett doesn't just write books, like her latest bestseller, "Commonwealth"; she sells them, at Parnassus Books in Nashville, her very own bookstore
CBS News. Wednesday, 5 May 2021.
- Germany reprinting Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf"
Adolf Hitler's autobiography, "Mein Kampf," will soon return to German bookstores. It's been banned since the end of World War II, but Bavaria owns the German copyright, which expires in December. ...
CBS News. Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021.
- Rambler-Mania hits Loyola Bookstore ahead of Sweet 16 game against Oregon State
The Loyola bookstore
is packed on a Friday afternoon as the Loyola Ramblers head into their Sweet 16 game Saturday afternoon, fans are making sure they are appropriately outfitted for watching the game. #StillChasing #onwardLU
ABC News. Friday, 26 Mar 2021.
- New York Times columnist Charles Blow calls for 'reverse Great Migration'
New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow presents his provocative proposal in his new book 'The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto', which hit bookstores last week.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 31 Jan 2021.
- See a Stunningly Surreal Bookstore in China
Dujiangyan Zhongshu features gravity-defying staircases and infinite bookshelves
Smithsonian. Thursday, 29 Oct 2020.
- Browsing Through the History of School Book Fairs
The temporary school bookstores stuffed with metal shelves full of paperbacks and sticker books often felt like a kid's only chance to score a deal on 'Encyclopedia Brown' mysteries.
Mental Floss. Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020.
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