Rather than trying to put smaller bookstores out of business, JD.com is helping them with stock replenishment and logistics
To stand out amongst online book retailers, Barnes & Noble is adding on to existing stores to provide spaces and events where shoppers can experience books in interactive ways
Tsutaya Book Apartment is part store, office and hotel, catering to nomad workers, locals and travelers
The bookshop listed on Airbnb lets renters become the shopkeeper for $49 a night
The Librairie Itinérante is a tiny house that brings books to small towns in France where there are no local stores
Visitors are embracing the online retailer’s move into the physical world – even if the brick-and-mortar store serves in large part as an ad for Amazon Prime
A store in Dallas is trying to get people to read books by framing them as online articles
Carturesti Carousel holds over 10,000 volumes and your undivided attention
In today's stroll through the PechaKucha archives we uncover a presentation on how to create good public relations through performance art.
Singularity & Co brings back forgotten science fiction books by tracking down their copyright holders and getting permission to republish them.
Molasses Books in Bushwick is changing up the traditional retail model by offering customers the chance to barter and swap.
The Harvard Book Store offers in-store book printing on demand and same-day delivery to your door.