For details about our Featured books, go to our Featured page here.
Featured Books in support of Breast Cancer/Cancer Awareness
(From top left to bottom right)
1. The Truth About Cancer: What You Need to Know About Cancer's History, Treatment, and Prevention by Ty M. Bollinger
2. You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
3. The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes
4. Healing The Gerson Way: Defeating Cancer and Other Chronic Diseases by Charlotte Gerson with Beata Bishop
5. This is Cancer: Everything You Need to Know About Getting Through It by Laura Holmes Haddad
6. The Happy Vegan: A Guide to Living A Long, Healthy, and Successful Life by Russell Simmons with Chris Morrow
7. By Any Means Necessary: A Revolutionary Guide for Black Women Who Want to Eat Great, Get Healthy, Lose Weight, and Look Phat by Tracey Lynn McQuirter, MPH
8. Jambalaya: The Natural Woman's Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals by Luisao Teish
For details about our Events, see our Events page & calendar.
Tuesday, Oct. 17
Pink Pop Up w/Angie Star from 105.9 - Kiss FM
Radio show host Angie Star broadcasts from Source Booksellers today with her Pink Pop Up in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Stop by!
Saturday, Oct. 21
Tai Chi w/Ted
We're here at 10 a.m. each Saturday, except holidays, with our Mind, Body & Spirit Classes. Check out the class schedule on our Events page here.
Sunday, Oct. 22, 2-4 - Off-Site Bookselling Book/Author Talk with Jessamyn Stanley ft. Everybody Yoga at Detroit Public Library Main Branch
10/25, 6 p.m. Off-Site Bookselling for Resmaa Menakem ft. My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies at Detroit Public Library, Hubbard Branch
Bookish News & info
We'd like to thank C-SPAN for its coverage of our October 6th Book Launch of Dr. Tiya Miles' book Dawn of Detroit: A Chronicle of Slavery and Freedom in the City of Straits. We'll keep you posted about when it will air.
We'd like to acknowledge all the new literary endeavors happening in Detroit, such as:
Book clubs that promote picking up books and reading them collectively with robust discussions.
We'd also like to acknowledge The Detroit Study Club, a literary and cultural organization for women of color. Established in 1898, it’s the oldest African American Women's membership organization in Detroit, with a membership that spans multiple generations of Detroit-area women. The organization meets once a month at various locations. A display of the Centennial Award received from the State of Michigan, is currently housed at the Detroit Public Library Main Branch.
Source Booksellers Recommends: Expand Reading Horizons!
Alert! Alert! For bibliophiles! Check out LeVar Burton Reads podcast for some juicy stories for your ears.
During the first week of August, we welcomed a visit from our neighbors to the South in Windsor, ONT, bookstore and publisher Biblioasis (link to website). They gifted us with two of their publications - Bookshops A Cultural History by Jorge Carrión, and Eleanor A Spiritual Biography The Faith Of the 20th Century's Most Influential Women by Harold Ivan Smith - and we gifted them with two of the titles we carry - Once in a Great City and numerous free publications that we carry. Check then out http://biblioasis.com.
Source Booksellers is honored to be featured in Shelf Awareness, the website for Daily Enlightenment for the Book Trade. Check out the article here.
With the release of the paperback version of Lawrence Hill's The Illegal, we were pleasantly surprised to find Source Booksellers' Janet Jones quoted in the Praise For The Illegal section in the front of the book!
Source Booksellers made Huffington Post's list of 50 Of The Best Indie Bookstores In America. Check it out here - we're #47.
We're so thankful to the Detroit Bus Company for featuring Source Booksellers in its recent Behind the Counter podcast. Have a listen here.
Source Booksellers was featured in the AARP magazine! Check it out here.
We now carry The Atlantic
As Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me" continues to rise, hear from Coates in this interview with Robin D. G. Kelley here.
Source Booksellers on the air
Independent bookstores are on the rise despite digital competition
March 10, 2015 Janet Jones was featured on Michigan Public Radio's Stateside with Cynthia Canty. You can listen to it here.
Source in Print
We're featured in two print publications this month:
Metro Times - Check it out here.
Natural Awakenings - Check it out here on page 12.
Source Booksellers in Model D
Model D's guide to shopping local this holiday season
Read the story here in Model D.
Holiday season brings good tidings of new Detroit bookstores
Check out the story here in Model D Media.
Yahoo Travel Guide on shopping local in Detroit
The story, which you can read here mentions A Detroit Anthology, available in the store.
Indie Bookstore News!
Did you know indie bookstores are on the rise?
Find out more here in this article from Slate Magazine.
Source Booksellers' Owner on WDET - 101.9
On Monday, Sept. 29, Source Booksellers' owner Janet Webster Jones had the awesome opportunity to be an on air panelist on WDET - 101.9's show Detroit Today "Aging Together" segment. Led by Laura Weber Davis, panelists included Randal Charlton, and Dennis Archambault. Listen to the podcast here.
Source Booksellers is featured in model D:
'Encore entrepreneurs' add vibrance to Detroit's small business scene.
For our customers who travel Woodward, the M-1 Rail Project is well underway.
As you travel to visit us in Midtown and around the area, stay up-to-date with the construction project and traffic redirects here.