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They appear to have made it their mission to buy the whole store, their numerous purchases misshapenly stacked on top of a short shelf and a wooden chair. On a typical day at Wild Iris, Merrell spent her time looking for new books to add to her stock, chatting with customers and playing tower defense games. She would be lucky if she made more than two sales. But that day was not typical. Wild Iris closed its doors on Dec. U pon hearing the news in Sept.
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Queer Southern Staples: Where Did All The LGBTQ Bookstores Go?

They've provided the physical infrastructure for queer culture to flourish—a place for making connections, debating ideas, and hosting meetings. For a brief time beginning in the s and stretching up to the s, a new species of community institution sprinkled the southern landscape—the LGBTQ bookstore. Once prolific, these stores are now endangered. While LGBTQ visibility and community participation has expanded exponentially, economic changes have forced nearly all small bookstores to either close or shift their retail focus. The history and continued survival of these unique institutions shows how LGBTQ and feminist bookstores have always been about more than simply selling merchandise. Here in the South, they have served as incubators for community, lifelines for isolated LGBTQ folks to encounter each other and enjoy a rare visibility. Upon opening in , his storefront served as the first explicitly gay public meeting space outside of bars and bathhouses, and quickly became a popular hub for the emerging culture of what would soon flower into the gay liberation movement.
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13 of Our Favorite Feminist Bookstores in the U.S.

Head to one of these gems near you, kick back, relax, and enjoy a good book or On top of the rad reading selection, it also has a cafe that serves fresh coffee and tea, as well as an activist center that hosts readings, workshops, discussion, and performances almost every night. The store, cozy and welcoming despite its large size, is in Chicago's north side, surrounded by various women-owned businesses and a thriving, diverse community. As a student who calls Madison home, it's accurate to say that approximately 70 percent of my time living there is actually spent amongst the rows of books in A Room of One's Own. The store is massive, offering a wide selection of current and classic fiction, nonfiction, periodicals, graphic novels, local interest titles, gifts, greeting cards, and t-shirts — you name it.
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In June of , women officially opened Womanstore to the general public. Womanstore would operate as a bookstore and would share the same suite with the Women's Center and WomaNews. In hopes that its profits would eventually "pay for the basic operation of the center," Womanstore sold local female artists' crafts and paintings, as well as jewelry, and alternative literature for children and adults Gainesville Sun , July In , new co-owners changed the name of the bookstore to Amelia's due to their admiration for Amelia Earhart. Amelia's would serve the community for five more years as a community space.
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