Monday, June 16, 2014

From Andrew Zawacki, in response

Buy your books at Avid Bookshop in Athens or Seattle's Open Books A Poem Emporium. Ditto Flying Object in Hadley, MA, Prairie Lights Bookstore in Iowa City, City Lights Bookstore in San Fran. In Marfa, the Marfa Book Company, in Austin, Malvern Books. New York: St. Mark's Bookshop, et al. In Denver Tattered Cover Book Store and Counterpath, and up the road in Boulder, cf. Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe. Milwaukee has Woodland Pattern, Buffalo Talking Leaves—with Type Books... just over the border in Toronto. Dixieward: Square Books in Oxford, Miss., Hub City Bookshop in Spartanburg, SC. DC, think Bridge Street Books, and The Seminary Co-op Bookstores in Chicago. Watchung Booksellers in Montclair, NJ, the Grolier Poetry Book Shop, Cambridgeside. These spaces are owned and operated by actual people, who care deeply about writing; some of them are writers themselves. They invite writers to read and readers to listen. They carry poetry, and not just the stuff already in plain view. They ship anywhere. They take classroom book orders, and they'll send a single title. Please add to this list.

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