Oren Teicher, CEO of American Booksellers Association, and three booksellers discuss how low-cost of technology has enhanced the indie bookselling business.
A survey of Colorado independent bookstores reveals ebooks sales are tiny and offer just a pittance of profit — often just 50 cents a book.
Daniel Handler suggests that authors should pick an independent bookstore close to where they live and sign books for them to sell.
Booksellers as far away as New Zealand, Guatemala and Denmark joined the ABA’s Winter Institute to talk shop and pick up tips about better bookselling.
The ABA’s CEO sent an open letter to independent booksellers encouraging them to publicize Amazon as a company “detrimental” to the book business and buyers.