This beautiful, smart, science-obsessed bookshop—where Horizon Books used to be on Capitol Hill's 15th Avenue East—sells technical electronic manuals, computer...
425 15th Ave E
Amazon now has an actual bookstore in Seattle.
4601 26th Ave NE
This is now the biggest seller of new books in downtown Seattle. Thanks a lot, Jeff Bezos.
600 Pine St
It's like every other Barnes & Noble, only at Northgate.
301 NE Northgate Way #1100
It's Fremont's neato cookbook store, with cooking classes, author signings and demos, and other events, too.
4252 Fremont Ave N
The Seattle arm of the Dave Eggers-founded writing nonprofit is fronted by the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Company, which sells items for all your astronautic...
8414 Greenwood Ave N
This is the office and storefront of local publisher Chin Music Press, which produces beautiful novels, art books, and non-fiction.
1501 Pike Place #329
This used bookstore is quite the neighborhood hub, hosting a bunch of readings and open mics. There's a tasty cafe, too.
8310 Greenwood Ave North
The website for this bookstore claims that it has been "serving the community's mind, body & spirit since 1989."
6407 12th Ave NE
Edge of the Circle has been on Capitol Hill seemingly since the pioneer days, offering up all manner of books about the supernatural, magic, and the black arts...
701 E Pike St
To tourists and residents alike, Elliott Bay Book Company is Seattle's literary Mecca, a home to tens of thousands of new titles and a host to readings on virt...
1521 10th Ave
Located in Ballar, Factory vs. Academy serves as a local bookstore/art gallery combo. It opened in 2013 and stocks independently published books. Exhibitions at...
2220 NW Market St Ste B01
The storefront for Seattle's world-renowned Fantagraphics Books sells a ton of Fantagraphics titles, sure, but they also stock important comics from many other...
1201 S Vale St
Folio is a cultural center for Seattle's community of readers, and has free books and programs for the community. Rich Smith says, "If young, curious people fro...
314 Marion Street
Here, though this is the oldest public art museum in the state (founded in 1927), you can expect to see new art, or at least art made since around 1960. There a...
15th Ave NE and NE 41st St
This beautiful general interest bookstore is maybe the single best reason to visit Mercer Island.
3014 78th Ave. SE
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