We asked Kaitlyn Mahoney, owner of Under the Umbrella Bookstore in Salt Lake City, Utah, to recommend 10 audiobooks for Pride Month.
From providing safe spaces to live-saving resources, bookstores are invaluable
On today’s episode, we talk with Jeannine Cook, the owner of Harriett’s Bookshop, and her mother and former librarian, Celia Cook.
In honor of Black History Month, we asked Nikki High, owner of Octavia’s Bookshelf, a Black woman-owned bookstore that features books by BIPOC writers, to share audiobook recommendations. Check out our blog post for her Black History Month book recommendations.
While efforts to ban and challenge books have intensified, booksellers are protecting the rights of readers.
We’re excited to introduce Kaneisha Gaston, co-founder and bookseller at Red Rice & Beans Diaspora Bookstore in Charlotte, NC.
We got the inside scoop from real booksellers this holiday season (again)!
We got the inside scoop from real booksellers this holiday season!
To celebrate the International Day of Disabled Persons, we’re excited to introduce Annie Carl, owner of The Neverending Bookshop in Edmonds, Washington.
We’re proud to introduce Danielle McNally, bookseller at Ben McNally Books in Toronto, ON.
We’re proud to introduce Heather Halak, owner of Third House Books in Gainesville, FL.
We’re proud to introduce Khamani Harrison, bookseller at The Key Bookstore in Hartford, CA.