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This database of writerly destinations—places writers can visit for inspiration, to promote their writing, for research, and to discover community—includes historical sites, reading venues, literary collections, writing centers, and writers spaces. Save your selections to My P&W and populate a personal Google Map that can be used to plan reading tours and visits to literary meccas, or just to keep track of your favorite literary locales.

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Auntie's Bookstore Spokane Washington

Auntie's Bookstore is an independent bookseller in Spokane, Washington that offers both new and used books. The bookstore also hosts regular...

Liberty Bay Books Poulsbo Washington

Liberty Bay Books started as Shotwells Bookstore in 1977, purchased by current owner Suzanne Droppert in 1996. This local independent bookstore...

The Writers' Workshoppe Port Townsend Washington

The Writers' Workshoppe and Imprint Bookstore carries over 5000 books as well as gifts and the famous Writers' Block Chocolate and Coffee, made...

Hedgebrook Women Writers' Retreat Seattle Washington

Hedgebrook is a global community of women writers and people who seek extraordinary books, poetry, plays, films and music by women. A literary...

Finally Found Books Auburn Washington

Finally Found Books boasts a collection of over one hundred thousand new, used, and out-of-print titles, as well as a comfy sitting area for...

Louis Collins Books Seattle Washington

Louis Collins Books specializes in out-of-print scholarly books, with an emphasis on Antrhopology. The shop also locates out-of-print books for...

Northshire Bookstore Manchester Center Vermont

Northshire Bookstore is a family-owned, independent bookstore located in Manchester Center, Vermont. Northshire was the first bookseller in the U....

Snapdragon Inn Windsor Vermont

Constructed in 1815 by John Skinner, 26 Main Street was long owned by Maxwell Perkins, who vacationed here in the summer. Perkins is best known as...

WriterHouse Charlottesville Virginia

WriterHouse is a not-for-profit in Charlottesville, Virginia, that offers quiet workspace for writers, writing classes and one-day seminars,...

One More Page Books Arlington Virginia

One More Page is an independent bookstore in Arlington, Virginia, that sells books, wine, chocolate, and other gourmet foods. The store also hosts...

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