The Steyning Bookshop in Steyning, West Sussex is a great little bookshop that is well worth a visit. They host author events, workshops and much more.
Nestled in a house turned bookstore in Rockville Centre, NY, Carol Hoenig and Peggy Zieran have created a home for ...
The Bronx Book Festival is happening thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign by founder Saraciea Fennell, so we chatted with her about diversity, book access, and the Bronx.
The Common Language Bookstore in Ann Arbor, MI, is staffed by three humans and one dog. When one of their customers shared their love of the shop, tumblr took notice.
Around 2002, the author Dave Eggers and the educator Nínive Calegari had an idea. Step One: find communities with ...
Angela Spring has launched a pop-up, mobile bookstore that only sells work by people of color. Here, we chat with her about trends, customer experiences, and the joys and troubles of her job.
One Rioter makes a successful visit to The Ripped Bodice, a romance-only bookstore in Los Angeles, California, with a male friend in tow.
Whether you call it home or you're visiting, the next time you're walking around London, pay a visit to these radical bookstores that highlight diversity.
We chatted with a cofounder and volunteer with the NoVa TEEN Book Festival about how to build a book festival for teens.
One Rioter visits the ONE LIFE: SYLVIA PLATH exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. and considers the impact Plath has had on her life and beyond.
Check out author Marc Lamont Hill's awesome new bookstore in Philadelphia!
Want to explore a new city? Skip the city's info booth and head to the independent bookstores.
A Rioter talks about Three Lives & Company, a mysterious West Village bookstore that isn't always there and with a history that suits its name.
How City Lights, an independent bookstore in California, helped end "obscenity" censorship in the United States.
A ghost has haunted readers in the Willard Library of Evansville, Indiana for decades. But who could she be?