Broadway Book Mall is an independent bookstore, run by the former owners of the Denver Book Mall, in its current location on South Broadway since 2009. The bookstore hosts frequent author talks and signings, literary readings, and other local community events throughout the year.
Literary Site Type: Indie Bookstore
Couth Buzzard Books is a local, independent bookstore, café, and performance and community gathering space. The café serves beer and wine, shows visual art, and hosts live acoustic music with local musicians, open mics, and poetry and author readings.
Open seven days a week, this location includes a café and has frequent events with authors, celebrities, and musicians. Along with a wide selection of books, there is also a department for toys and games as well as vinyl records.
The University Book Store at the University of Washington hosts local and national authors at their Reading Allowed book events. Their Mill Creek Town Center store also hosts author events.
For close to twenty-five years, R. J. Julia has hosted high-caliber author events and currently host more than three hundred events each year. The shop supports local and independent authors and takes pride in their success.
The Barnes and Noble at the West Towne Mall in Madison is open seven days a week and hosts a variety of author events including readings, discussions, and book signings.
Dragonfly Books is a family-owned general interest bookstore located on Water Street in downtown Decorah, Iowa. The store hosts author events throughout the year.
This Barnes & Noble bookstore is located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. This location hosts frequent literary events including book launches, readings, and a children’s storytime series. The shop is open seven days a week: Monday through Saturday 10:00AM to 8:00PM, Sunday 11:00AM to 6:00PM.
Third Place Books hosts over one thousand free public events every year. The bookstore has a large public commons, five restaurants, free wireless internet, a community room, and a stage.
Events and the public area within Third Place Books are managed by a community organization, Friends of Third Place Commons, and supported by Third Place Books, the City of Lake Forest Park, and the merchants and management of the Town Center at Lake Forest Park.
Founded in 2004, Porter Square Books is a general new bookstore featuring contemporary and classic literature for both kids and adults, as well as greeting cards, magazines, and unique gifts. The store hosts many events by national and local authors, sells books for other organizations in the community, and organizes book fairs and author appearances in local schools.