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Another Friend Has Gone: A Goodbye to Borders

Book shoppers have lost another friend in the marketplace, but we've been through this before, and new friends await. Read More »

An Ode to Borders: Will New Bookstores Emerge?

What is the future of the book if bookstores like Borders die out? Read More »

Are Bookstore Chain Closures Necessarily A Bad Thing?

Not unless we want to hang on to relics of the past. Read More »

Book Review: Latitude 38 by Ron Hutchison

Latitude 38 is a realistic story with elements of adventure and dystopia. Read More »

Borders Bookstore: Paying our Respects

Borders Bookstore in Deerfield, Illinois is among the casualties of the chain's bankruptcy filing. Read More »

Borders: Was Bigger Better?

It's a classic American business tale of rags to bankruptcy in little more than a generation, reflecting the classic marketing plan, “Let’s Get Big.” Read More »

Borders Files for Bankruptcy; 200 Stores to Close

In the near term the news is probably good for rival Barnes & Noble, but the brick-and-mortal bookstore business has been declining for years. Read More »

A Book is Born: Reflections of a First Time Author

The inner-life of a first-time author waiting for her first book to hit the stands. Read More »

Music Review: Green Go – Borders

Frenetic and fun, Green Go unleashes a winning debut. Read More »