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There are 8 comments on Your Guide to the Best Local Independent Bookshops

  1. Assembly Square has a wonderful new bookstore called All She Wrote Books, which is “is an intersectional, inclusive feminist and queer bookstore that supports, celebrates, and amplifies underrepresented voices through our thoughtfully curated selection of books spanning across all genres.” Worth the visit!

  2. I can’t believe that you left Brookline Booksmith off this list ! 60 years in business, wonderful selection of books and unique gifts, used bookstore in basement & an author series !

  3. Brookline Booksmith in Coolidge Corner & Raven Used Books in Cambridge! The latter is completely devoted to used books so it’s quite affordable and has a great collection.

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