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Jill Schoolman in the NY Observer

Archipelago Books cannot receive enough press.

The whole “Brooklyn Influencer” framing is a little hilarious, but nonetheless amazing to see two people I came up in this world now being ranked by the Observer as shakers and movers. Well deserved. And also strange to see them among the likes of the founders of Gothamist and VICE.



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