St Mark’s Bookshop
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St Mark’s Bookshop information
Actually located one block away from St Marks Pl (it moved long ago), this indie bookshop specializes in political literature, poetry, new nonfiction and novels and academic journals. There’s also a superior collection of magazines, both glossy and otherwise.
At press time, the book shop was planning a move to a cheaper space a few blocks east. Check the website for the latest details.