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DreamHaven Books – Minneapolis’ haven for sci-fi, fantasy & horror

We’d like to tell you about a little bookshop in Minneapolis with a big heart. DreamHaven Books specializes in new and used science fiction, fantasy, horror, film books, comics, and graphic novels, and it’s been serving customers since 1977. Last week, owner Greg Ketter and an employee were attacked and robbed as they closed up […]

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Take a virtual tour of Canada’s biggest used bookstore

Meet Jordan and Andrea, the husband and wife team who run Canada’s largest used bookstore in Victoria, BC (which also happens to be home to AbeBooks HQ).  Locals and tourists alike flock to Russell Books on Fort St. to spend hours (and hours) roaming aisles that span three floors, each worth a thorough browse. Take […]

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See inside San Francisco’s Green Apple Books

Green Apple Books has been helping book lovers find their next great read for nearly 40 years. A San Francisco favorite, the new and used bookstore shelves more than 160,000 titles, from gorgeous vintage hardbacks to mystery paperbacks and everything in between. Housed in a building filled with endless nooks and crannies, Green Apple Books […]

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Changing face of Charing Cross Road’s bookshops

The Guardian has an interactive look at the bookshops on Charing Cross Road. Barry Clarke of Any Amount of Books, a tremendous secondhand bookseller and Abe seller, is interviewed and there are also some wonderful old photographs of bookstores from the past.

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