The Store Next Door
Thanks for taking a stroll with us and checking out the retail gems down the street, around the corner, and in our own backyards in The Store Next Door podcast with Author Doug Cooper where each show we talk to owners, managers, and employees of some of the coolest book stores around and chat with authors about their latest releases.
Season 2 Now Available on Your Favorite Podcast Streaming Platform
New Episode Each Month from Owners, Managers, and Employees of Some of the Coolest Book Stores Around and Some of your Favorite and Soon-to-be-Favorite Authors and Book Industry Professionals.
Season 2 Episode 1
Tyson Cornell acclaimed musician and producer, founder of Rare Bird Lit and Books, and currently responsible for publishing, acquisitions, and general business operations. Rare Bird is also a managing partner of North Figueroa Bookshop, a general interest bookstore in the heart of the historic Highland Park neighborhood of Northeast Los Angeles, a joint venture with Unnamed Press and with the collaborative support of founding publisher sponsors, Grove Atlantic and MCD Books.
Emilia Rosa author of Finding Cristina & the sequel Finding Cristina A New Life. Emilia was raised in Rio and in the south of Brazil and has lived in Florida and now resides in Ohio. In addition to English, she is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Italian. To learn more about Emilia and her writings, follow her on Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter, or Instagram.
About The Store Next Door
The Store Next Door podcast is about bookstores, booksellers, and the authors behind your favorite books. One of the many misconceptions about the book business is that bookstores are disappearing from the business landscape. In fact, according to Statistica, the number of independent bookstores has increased year over from 2009 to 2019. The purpose of the The Store Next Door is to promote and celebrate the unique people, places, and products that are driving this growth and creating the book-loving communities we need to function and prosper as an educated society.