The Resurgence of New York City's Indie Booksellers

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The Resurgence of New York City's Indie Booksellers

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For those who mourn the era when indie bookstores ruled in New York City—when retailers like Coliseum and Gotham Book Mart were a refuge from the onslaught of B&N and Amazon—happy days are here again. Since 2009, the American Booksellers Association has seen its ranks swell 25 percent, while member locations grew 40 percent. The national trend toward literary locavorism has given Sarah McNally of McNally Jackson the mettle to launch a second outpost this fall, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her goal, she says, is to mirror the ambit of the original store on Manhattan’s Prince Street, known for its deep inventory of literature,…

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