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Prior to opening the Book Rack in Fort Collins, Dick and Susie owned two other Book Racks in Greeley, Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo., which they sold in 19. For a number of years only used books were sold at the Fort Collins store, but, encouraged by an MPIBA Spring Meeting seminar directed at used-only stores, Dick and Susie began adding new books about three years ago and their current inventory consists of about 30,000 used books and 15,000 new.When asked if she expected to increase the percentage of new titles in the new store, Susie said that they plan to see what's selling and act accordingly.He practiced law for more than a decade and later worked at a non-profit organization.He then became a stay-at-home dad after his son, who is now 13, was diagnosed with autism.Discussion will also cover staffing, marketing, publicity and cafes. Sunday, April 26, 4-7 p.m., at breathe books, Baltimore, Md., owned by Susan Weis.Co-host is Mark La Framboise of Politics and Prose, Washington, D. Among discussion topics: local alliances, community outreach, book clubs.
The new proprietor, who hired all of Goldfinch's employees, candidly admits he's not exactly a "book nut" or even had a desire to own a retail business.
No more paying lip service to the local while stopping off at the Barnes & Noble after work in Denver or ordering from Amazon at 3 a.m.[Johnson and business leaders held a community meeting over the weekend.] Jonah Zimiles owes his career as a bookseller in part to his wife, Ellen, who was walking in Maplewood, N.
J., last summer and saw a sign on the door of Goldfinch Books announcing it was for sale.
Dinner at the Dogwood, which specializes in food from local, organic farms.
Wednesday, May 6, 4-7 p.m., at Penguin Bookshop, Sewickley, Pa., which will show off its new space.