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My favorite bookstores:

Teaching for Change's Busboys and Poets Bookstore
Teaching for Change's Busboys and Poets Bookstore
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 387-7638

Kramerbooks & Afterwords, Inc
1517 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20036-1103
(202) 387-1400

William Gibson
Published by: Putnam Adult
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780399158438)
Gerald M. Weinberg
Published by: Dorset House Publishing Company, Incorporated
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780932633491)
Douglas Coupland
Published by: House of Anansi Press
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780887849688)
Douglas Coupland
Published by: Atlas Books
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9781935633167)
John Brockman
Published by: Harper Perennial
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780062020444)
Steven Johnson
Published by: Scribner
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780743241656)
Sarah Bakewell
Published by: Other Press
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781590514832)
Marshall Mcluhan; Eric Mcluhan; Frank Zingrone
Published by: Basic Books
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780465019953)
29) New
Winifred Gallagher
Published by: Penguin Press HC, The
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9781594203206)
30) Tubes
Andrew Blum
Published by: Ecco
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780061994937)

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