Bookseller, sell thyself

Kinsella, Bridget
May 1994
Publishers Weekly;5/30/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 22, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on Longmeadow Press' sponsorship of a bookseller writing contest with its parent company Walden. Prizes; Participants; Stories selected by the Longmeadow staff for publication; Winning booksellers.


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