NGC to open 2,000-plus books in 2018
A few years ago, NGC opened its first bookshop in New York.
Now the company is opening up a second shop in the Midwest, to be called The Bookshop.
The first store opened in Indianapolis in 2019, and a second one opened in Columbus in 2021.
Both stores are open until the end of December.
“It’s really an opportunity to bring new books to our customers, to make the bookshop more accessible and better accessible to families and communities of color,” said John Ziegler, the chief executive of NGC.
“It’s not just for the bookstore, it’s also a space where children can come in and experience books, read books, and engage with their peers.”
The books will include fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
The bookstore is part of Nellie Bly, a publishing group that owns the The New York Times Book Review, and will include books by the likes of Amy Tan, Jody Hill, and Sarah Binder.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to collaborate with NGC on a series of books, books that are part of the growing collection of cultural and historical literature that NGC is bringing to our readers,” Bly said in a statement.
A new bookshop opened in downtown Denver in late 2017, where a local nonfiction publisher was recently added.
In 2018, Nellies first store in Chicago opened, and this year NGC has announced a second location in the suburbs of Chicago.
NGC was founded in 1998 and has a focus on publishing nonfiction.
There are a lot of different ways to read a book, but the most important is how it relates to the lives of people around the world.
This is a very diverse group of people, and it really makes the book experience even more diverse.
At a time when there is a lot happening in the world, books and stories are part and parcel of the world that we live in, Ziegelman said.
For more information on the books, go to www.nccg.com.