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The Perks of Being a Bookseller

The day I moved to New York, I remember staring out the window of the car and happening to see a sign hanging in the window of the Barnes & Noble in Union Square with simple, but incredibly important information: “We’re Hiring.” Once my dad and I unloaded the car, he drove away and I walked back to the bookstore to fill out an application. I was called in a few days later for an interview. Something about being a bookseller creates ties that bind. At parties, I often find […]

What the Next Generation Thinks: A BEA Panel

In one of the final education events of BookExpo America 2012, two past and two current participants in NYU’s Masters in Publishing joined a panel to discuss the subject of “What The Next Generation Thinks: New Voices In Publishing Speak Out.” The panel was moderated by Andrea Chambers, Director of the Center for Publishing at NYU-SCPS, and despite Thursday being the day when most people start to disappear from BEA before the morning’s even out, the seminar room boasted a healthy crowd. The two students currently enrolled in the program […]