Three Percent #157: Post-Portland AWP

On this atypically subdued episode, Chad recounts some of his adventures in Portland at the AWP conference, and speculates about why this was his favorite one to date. Tom helps illuminate some of the mysteries behind IndieBound and what might be next for independent stores trying to capture some online sales. (And how this relates to customers and ABA’s overall mission.) Finally, Chad tries to do the self-promotion Tom should be doing by highlighting a recent feature on Riffraff and the release of The Boy by Marcus Malte, which Tom and Emma translated.

This week’s music is “Bodys” by Car Seat Headrest.

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