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I hope and pray congresspersons regularly browse Riverby Books. It shouldn’t be hard. The store is four blocks east of the Capitol. And it’s open everyday, 10-6. Unfortunately I doubt it, knowing how inept our all-important Congress tends to be. The collection – no surprise – includes many political titles. But the store houses all […]


Denver, after a week of surveying your bookstores, I can confidently proclaim that your book culture is strong. Of course, this is in comparison to the rest of America. I know not of how today stacks up to yesteryear. Everybody said my first destination should be the independently-owned Tattered Cover, a veritable community institution that […]