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Publishing Community Reacts to Zane Interview

Media Bistro – 2012-02-10

Our interview with erotica pioneer Zane sparked several debates Wednesday. Should authors get higher royalties for handling their own marketing? Does an African-American section in bookstores hinder or help sales? Read the full interview and share...
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Watermark plans UK expansion

The Bookseller – 2012-02-10

Watermark Bookstore has revealed plans to expand in the UK, following the opening of the company...
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Zane Reveals How She Made Erotica Mainstream

Media Bistro – 2012-02-09

The New York Times bestseller gives her stance on self-publishing and explains why an African-American section in bookstores makes sense. So What Do You Do, Zane, New York Times Bestselling Erotica Author? New Career Opportunities Daily: The best...
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French chain Decitre launches online community

The Bookseller – 2012-02-06

The Decitre chain of bookstores has created an online community to help consumers find books to...
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Has the death knell sounded for the bookstore?

CBC – 2012-02-01

A Q debate between Farhad Manjoo, a Slate columnist who hails the advent of e-books as a savior of reading, and Joanne Saul of Type Books, who believes the bookstore is vital to our culture.
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Massive Halifax bookstore starts its move

CBC – 2012-01-25

A massive, second-hand bookstore in Halifax is starting to move its thousands of books to cheaper and more spacious accommodation in Dartmouth.
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African-American Indie Bookstores: Hanging Tough

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-20

In business for a total of 122 years, four well-known African-American–owned bookstores—Eso Won (22 years); Hue-Man (10 years); Marcus Book Stores (52 years); and the Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center & Bookstore (37 years)—are no...
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Barnes & Noble without the Nook? Not really

San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-01-20

When Barnes & Noble said Jan. 5 that it may spin off its Nook e-book unit into a separate business, investors didn't take the news well: Shares of the largest U.S. bookstore chain tumbled 17 percent, erasing $139...
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Another Makeover for B&N

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-06

Barnes & Noble has undergone lots of changes since Len Riggio first took over the bookstore chain in 1965, and it is heading toward what could be its most dramatic makeover since Riggio bought the B. Dalton chain. Although it is far from certain...
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Aperture Debuts ‘The PhotoBook Review’

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-06

Aperture, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to promoting photography, is gearing up for a big year in 2012. In addition to celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, it has teamed with Paris Photo, the annual French photography fair, to launch The...
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Barnes & Noble exploring options for Nook business

San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-01-05

(01-05) 06:56 PST NEW YORK, (AP) -- Barnes & Noble said Thursday it is reviewing its options for its Nook e-book and e-book catalog business and might separate it from its core bookstore business. The company also...
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Barnes & Noble stock plunges

San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-01-05

BOOKS Barnes & Noble's stock plunges Barnes & Noble, the largest U.S. bookstore chain, fell the most in four months after forecasting a wider annual loss than analysts projected and saying it may spin off the Nook...
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Barnes and Noble: Nook is doing so well that it can be spun off

Betanews – 2012-01-05

National bookstore chain Barnes and Noble announced on Thursday that is considering a spin-off of its digital content business surrounding the Nook e-book software platform and its related hardware. The company says the Nook digital business is...
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Strong Finish to a Tough Year

Publishers Weekly – 2011-12-30

Three stores in PW’s informal coast-to-coast survey of bookstores—Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Mass.; Beaverdale Books in Des Moines, Iowa; and Skylight Books in Los Angeles—called this their best holiday season ever.
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AUC Press closes office amid Cairo protests

The Bookseller – 2011-12-20

The offices of the American University in Cairo Press and its Tahrir Bookstore, both situated on...
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Media Decoder Blog: Many Online Book Buyers First Shop Around in Stores

The New York Times – 2011-12-05

According to a survey, 24 percent of people who said they had bought books from an online retailer in the last month also said they had seen the book in a brick-and-mortar bookstore first.
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Barnes & Noble to close its Westside Pavilion store

L.A. Times – 2011-11-25

The bookstore cannot afford the new lease payments, the company says. Other shops in the chain remain open.It isn't the cozy Shop Around the Corner — the indie bookstore of "You've Got Mail" movie fame — but it is the multilevel behemoth on the...
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Earning More Than an ‘A’

Publishers Weekly – 2011-11-18

The wide world of publishing is changing; everyone will tell you that. But if you ask what about publishing is changing, you’ll likely hear about the decline of physical books or the growth of digital books. And while the loss of bookstores and the...
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Earning More Than an ‘A’: Master's Programs Fill the Needs for a More Complex Industry

Publishers Weekly – 2011-11-18

The wide world of publishing is changing; everyone will tell you that. But if you ask what about publishing is changing, you’ll likely hear about the decline of physical books or the growth of digital books. And while the loss of bookstores and the...
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Bookshops take to the clouds to keep up with the literary e-volution

The Sydney Morning Herald – 2011-11-08

THE e-book revolution has gathered pace with Sydney's independent bookstores introducing e-book kiosks from today and Dymocks announcing a partnership with Google to deliver e-books online.
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