— book culture (@bookculture) March 14, 2020
— Shakespeare & Co. Lex (@ShakeandCoBooks) March 13, 2020
What we’re doing. Please, find ways to support small businesses ? pic.twitter.com/IwQZcJdkV6
— cafe con libros bk (@cafeconlibrosbk) March 15, 2020
All McNally Jackson locations are open for business but closed to the public. We are still fulfilling phone and web orders at the stores, so please continue to shop with us in these confusing times.
— McNally Jackson (@mcnallyjackson) March 16, 2020
Revolution Books will be closed through Monday, March 16, to evaluate the Covid-19 situation.
The Saturday afternoon program on Covid-19 is postponed.
To reach us, leave a message at 212-691-3345.
— Revolution Books (@RevBooksNYC) March 14, 2020
You can continue to purchase books from us through our website, for USPS delivery or for curbside pickup, meaning we will pass your books to you through the front door.
— Astoria Bookshop (@astoriabookshop) March 15, 2020
We’ll then be doing a hard close (ie no in-store activity) for the remainder of the week (through Sunday 3/22), and assessing the situation from there!
— bluestockings (@bluestockings) March 16, 2020
To keep our community safe, we’re temporarily closing Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria to the public as of today at 5pm, till at least March 31, 2020.
— Word Up Community Bookshop/ Librería Comunitaria (@WordUpBooks) March 13, 2020