WORDS BY TAYLOR CARIK AND KATIE DOHMAN
Louise Erdrich’s longrunning bookstore richly serves not only its immediate neighborhood but also the Indigerati across the continent.
‘Your friendly neighborhood radical bookstore.’
Comma, a bookshop
Newly opened indie bookshop in Linden Hills carrying fiction, nonfiction, and young adult books.
Cream & Amber
Books. Beer. Coffee. Can one ask for more?
Magers & Quinn
A leading indie bookstore for a reason … several reasons, really.
Magus Books & Herbs
From alchemy and astral projection to wicca and yoga.
Volunteer-run, nonprofit collective selling progressive/lefty books and magazines since 1975.
Midway Used & Rare Books
Right at Midway & Snelling, a home to your favorite old, older, and very old books.
Great selection that pairs perfectly with their reading sloth t-shirts and Geek Love cafe.
Super-fab selection and top-notch staff picks in Mac-Groveland.
Once Upon a Crime
Mystery fiction. That’s it.
A publisher featuring ‘life-changing fiction, nonfiction, and poetry’ with a beautiful store in Open Book.
Present Moment Herbs & Books
Tons of rare and unusual books, plus bulk herb and homeopathic remedies.
Not just for the kiddos, the independent children’s bookstore has a solid grownup’s section and gifts.
Everything you want in an indie bookstore in both the selection and author appearances.
The Book House
If you pull one book from this cluttered Dinkytown spot, will a few more fall? Maybe, but you might go home with those, too.
Never has a bookstore captured the true whimsy and chaos of childhood like the Wild Rumpus with its pets and kidcentric lit.