Brooklyn, New York
April 6, 2001
A bookstore where the guy at the cashier can get into a deep conversation about how Calvino or Ecco plays with space and time.
Though small, Booklink has a healthy travel writing, fiction and poetry selection as well as foreign magazines, children's pop-up books and a local community bulletin board for anyone interested in french lessons or a used Schwinn.
Another place to work those eye muscles is at The Community Bookstore. With its own cafe, wooden bookshelves and old-fashioned green lights, you're sure to get inspired to read, read, read.
From journal Strolling the Slope, Hiking the Heights