- Diane Caughey writes an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times about why Dutton’s in Brentwood must keep its current building.
- Tim Huggins announces he is selling Newtonville Books to a former employee and her husband.
- Photos and essays are available from the American Library Association‘s Winter Institute, which took place in Seattle last week.
- The Magnolian profiles Flora & Fauna Books, the only store of its kind in America that concentrates solely wildlife and ecology-based books.
- And Foyles‘ Bill Samuel explains to Publishing News why he is confident high street bookselling will survive.
- Costco Drops Then Restocks Controversial Book
- Bertelsmann to Stop Selling Books in German Speaking Market
- Jeff Kinney Hopes to Revitalize Physical Books With His New Store
- Amazon Makes 'The Silkworm' Available For Sale