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Tag: Booksellers

The Booksellers review – warm study of a fast-shifting subculture | Film

The interest of this garrulous, convivial documentary creeps up on you by degrees: a study of secondhand and antiquarian booksellers in New York City. This was once a clubbable – and very male – profession that hardly changed for centuries, run by a mole-tribe of eccentric, tweed-wearing guys who were irritated to be beckoned from …

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Meet the booksellers who are fighting back against the algorithm | Books

Heywood Hill bookshop has stood on the same spot since 1936. It inhabits a Georgian townhouse at 10 Curzon Street in Mayfair, London, a blue plaque outside commemorating its most famous employee, Nancy Mitford. Behind its heavy wooden door, a customer explains that she is visiting the UK from Australia, and would like to speak …

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Book People goes into administration, with almost 400 jobs at risk | Books

The Book People, the online and pop-up bookseller, has gone into administration only a week before Christmas, putting almost 400 jobs at risk. The retailer, which was founded in Godalming, Surrey, in 1988 by two book enthusiasts, Ted Smart and Seni Glaister, appointed advisers from PwC as administrators on Tuesday. The administrators said there would …

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