Indie Bound! Tuesday’s blog tour highlights the wonderful booksellers that partner with university presses to bring our books to the reading public.
University of Texas Press: Q&A with their sales manager about visiting indie bookstores along the West Coast this fall.
University of Chicago Press : a day in the life of sales rep Mical Moser.
Cornell University Press spotlights Buffalo Street Books, Ithaca’s cooperatively owned community bookstore.
University Press of Colorado looks back on the past year’s author events at their two local indies, Tattered Cover and Boulder Bookstore.
NYU Press features a re-cap of the Brooklyn Book Festival.
McGill Queens University Press offers an appreciation of Canada’s independent bookstores.
University Press of Kentucky features fun, revealing Q&As with indie booksellers across the state.
University Press of Kansas showcases The Raven Bookstore and KU Bookstore, two local shops that carry and promote their titles.
And don’t miss a post from one of the U.S.’s best indie bookstores, the Seminary Co-op in Chicago, where they’ll highlight what’s on their front table right now.