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How the Indie Bookstore Interabang Books Became the Hub of Dallas’ Literary Scene

July 24, 2018 | By Jennifer Babisak

A long-smoldering literary scene is catching fire in Dallas, with its book festivals, writing conferences, and poetry readings, not to mention a resident first lady in Laura Bush who founded both the Texas and National book festivals. But the dearth of independent bookstores in a city known for its vibrant retail scene always put a damper on its bookish aspirations—until now.

Texas Bookish Destinations

October 14, 2016 | By Kay Ellington

Every fall the streets around the Texas State Capitol sprout huge white event tents, and crowds of booklovers—some 40,000 visitors of all ages—come from miles around to hear hundreds of popular authors discuss their works, snag signed copies, and enjoy food, fun, and live music.

Bookshop Memories

January 3, 2014 | By Anthony Head

Wherever I travel, I seek out independent bookstores. They help define a city’s character for me.

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