independent booksellers

Asheville, NC — In its ongoing commitment to support independent bookshops, is partnering with to create new avenues of revenue and growth for our booksellers. The partnership is a natural fit, as both organizations provide a solid online marketplace for independent booksellers, many of whom are pivoting to selling online to mitigate the effects of the Coronavirus

The Country Bookshop in Southern Pines, North Carolina, not far from the world famous Pinehurst No. 2 golf course, has an expert stocking its shelves. Bill Maher, a retried history professor, gets people coming back to the shop for one reason: He knows his stuff.

The Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA) is pleased to announce its newly elected Board of Directors for 2013: President, Chris Volk of; Vice President, Jonathan Smalter of Yesterday’s Muse Books; Treasurer, David Friedman of Barner Books; and Secretary, Mark Lambert of Cereal City Books.  The Members at Large include Bruce Bell of

Independent booksellers are still reacting to the news that they can no longer accept credit card payments directly through their own websites. As of June 22, booksellers who rely on the Missouri-based ChrisLands Inc. to host their web shops were no longer able to process credit card payments online. In a decision handed down by ChrisLands' parent
Independent book marketplace announced today that it has partnered with Literary Tourist to help support and promote independent brick-and-mortar bookstores.

Literary Tourist was launched last week by owner Nigel Beale, who acquired Book Hunter Press in late 2009 and re-created it as a literary
November 17, 2010 -- Today, the Portland Area Used Booksellers Association (PAUBA) announces the launch of its new web service, allowing visitors to search the collected online inventories of PAUBA member bookstores.  “Portlanders embrace the idea of buying locally,” said Debbie Cross, the President of PAUBA, and co-owner of Wrigley-