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  • n. Plural form of bookseller.


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  • The challenge is convincing those editors 'corporate employers -- and the corporations they work closely with, such as the chain booksellers -- that there's enough money to be made from those families to justify publishing more books than they already are.

    Representations of Race, Realities of Publishing

  • One of the most interesting arguments I've heard from booksellers is that the proliferation of tie-ins is squeezing more and more original SF/F off the shelves.

    MIND MELD: How Do Media Tie-In Novels Affect SF/F?

  • The tortuous, not altogether articulate attempt of the Supreme Court to deal with the growing traffic in obscenity and pornography must be examined in detail if its latest decision, scrutinizing the motives of authors, editors, publishers, and booksellers, is to be understood.

    Is Pornography Adultery?

  • This kind of support for/shout out to independent booksellers is fantastic. and Borderlands Books

  • Join booksellers, writers, editors, agents, and readers for the most glamorous night in LGBT publishing!

    Breakfast in Bed

  • He reacquainted me with Lita Weissman, the queen of Borders special events, and introduced me to a score of other chain booksellers, which eventually led to some great in-store events.

    L.A. Mix Profile: Media Escort Ken Wilson

  • He talks about writing translations for the booksellers from the German to the amount of five or six hundred pounds, but this is like a man proposing to run a whole day at top speed.

    The Journal of Sir Walter Scott From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford

  • In long dresses and tuxedos, the guests walked across the shiny tiled floors of what is called the booksellers’ corridor on the ground floor.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • On the left are Becky and Myk Ewing of Books, Etc. This couple is an example of the best in booksellers.

    New Mexico Vacation

  • The booksellers were a close guild of three hundred and sixty members, and the printers were limited to thirty-six.

    Diderot and the Encyclopaedists


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