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Borderlands Books

“Between the two halves of Borderlands, every stage of the book creation process is represented.”

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The Spiral Bookcase

I am not from Philadelphia, nor have I ever visited. But after seeing the movie Mannequin as a child, I started telling the kids in my class that my family hailed from there and that it was indeed true that the department store windows came to life at night.  These wild assertions got me beat [...]

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R.J. Julia

“But just as a reading life changes and grows, so do the patterns of one’s bookstore browsing.”

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Politics & Prose Boosktore

“The bookstore made D.C. feel like a small town and our nation’s politics like local gossip.”

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Green Apple Books

Green Apple is more like the immense private library you’ve always hoped to build in the enormous mansion you’ve always imagined owning.

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Shakespeare and Company

“You are Alice in Wonderland in this bookshop.”

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TurnRow Book Company

It’s the type of bookstore where the owner will delay heading home for the night so that he can take a visiting writer to go see Robert Johnson’s grave.

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Boswell Book Company

“This is big-hearted bookselling, folks. Get your ass to Boswell, as a reader hungry for books and as a touring author hungry for an audience.”

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Newtonville Books

“Along the way, he created this lovely community of drunk, lonely, horny folks, many of them authors or aspiring writers, but also civilians eager to get a break from the zombie life of marketing.”

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Beers Books, A Sac-Town Treat

“After graduating from UCSB, I landed in Sacramento with a degree in English and a bad case of whatthefuckdoIdonows…”

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