Issue 20   November 21, 2012

In The News
by Tiffany Noel

This week's In The News includes: Copperfield’s Moves Napa Store, Books-A-Million Debuts a Redesigned Kids-A-Million, Phillip Roth Quits Writing, T.S Eliot Widow Dies at 86, Scholastic to Donate 1 Million Books and Melville House Offers New Incentive for Classics Line. Also, Amazon to Pay Back-Taxes in France, Tallying Sandy’s Losses, Bargain Book Warehouse Opens in Former Borders Locations, Authors Guild vs. Hathitrust Appeal, Abram Names New Senior V-P of Marketing and Business Development, Bookstore Sales Drop in September, Mary Lee Schneider to Head Follett Corporation, Hastings Revenue Down,and Indie Sellers in U.K “We Pay Our Taxes”. Read On!

Industry Trade Shows
by Tiffany Noel

It's November and none too soon to start mapping out your shows for next year!  One of the biggest changes in the book industry is GABBS Atlanta merging with the Atlanta Gift Show at the AmericasMart with SIBA (the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance) taking a bigger role in the show and a more substantial educational lineup.  Be sure to check that show out slated for March 15-17, 2013! Check out the listings and make plans to attend as many shows as you can! Read On!
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