She Is Booked, a charity project from author E.J. Mellow and Natasha of Book Baristas, is making its mark in the book community through its bookmarks.
YA authors are pledging to take 28 days of action to get involved in the midterm elections that affect them, therefore motivating fans to do the same.
The publisher Riverhead Books is hosting an open-air, waterfront pop-up in NY to celebrate the freedom of reading as part of Banned Books Week.
The Lev aims to build a community for women around books, and to promote women and people of color writers. Here's how to support it!
Are you a librarian, bookseller, or other book lover having trouble finding diverse books before they're published? Let this guide help you find them, read them, and share them.
Independent bookstores are on the rise again, but radical bookshops that serve LGBT, Left-leaning, Anarchist, and BME groups are the first to suffer in a shifting literary industry.
It's National Library Week, and we're spreading the word about EveryLibrary, an organization that supports local library initiatives throughout the US.
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.
Phoenix-based indie bookstore, Changing Hands Bookstore, recently announced that they'll no longer be using FedEx for their outbound shipping services, due to the company's ties to the NRA. Other indie booksellers are doing the same.