Vol. 27 - Issue 2
2009 press release, downloadable results, links, etc.
Vol. 33 - Issue 3
Vol. 26 - Issue 3
Press release, photos, and links to products and info
Vol. 20 - Issue 10
New ``Premier'' Courses Added to Popular Free Course Offering
Vol. 23 - Issue 3
Hard Case Crime imprint revives the pulp mystery novel with true grit and authenticity
Vol. 18 - Issue 9
In Response to Need for Homeschooling Products and Information, Book Retailers Expanding Resources from Regional to National Level.
Vol. 32 - Issue 9
Encouraging Young Readers
Vol. 34 - Issue 5
Vol. 34 - Issue 5
Vol. 21 - Issue 9
Vol. 19 - Issue 9
Booksellers Foundation to sponsor the only national celebration of First Amendment rights for the 20th year.
Vol. 21 - Issue 8
Celebrate Your Freedom To Read
Vol. 31 - Issue 2
Building a Barefoot Community for Twenty Years
Barnes & Noble University Online Courses Include UNDERSTANDING POETRY and eBOOKS: THE FUTURE OF READING
Vol. 19 - Issue 3
New Classes are part of the Literature & Languages campus and start on April 9th.
Vol. 31 - Issue 5
Aloha to Local Literature
Vol. 32 - Issue 7
June 4-5, 2016
Vol. 29 - Issue 7
A Conversation with Lisa Gitlin, Author of the First Book to Win Two IPPY Gold Medals
Vol. 20 - Issue 3
Programs feature top industry practioners in a variety of fields.
Vol. 18 - Issue 7
Two of the nation's top publishers of alternative titles join forces as Inner Traditions of Vermont acquires Bear & Company of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Vol. 31 - Issue 3
Giving Authors the Reins through a Mentorship Approach
Vol. 31 - Issue 7
What Really Happens to Your Book?
Vol. 22 - Issue 12
Mixed reviews demonstrate a need to adopt a sense of wonder
Vol. 18 - Issue 6
Iowa Writer's Workshop grad wins$5,000 in cash, publication of his first book, and one-month residency at the Vermont Studio Center.
Vol. 22 - Issue 7
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