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1ChrisWildman
jan 24, 2010, 8:02am

Anyone else not an Exclusive Books fan like me? Shall we start an inclusive books south africa group?

2Lindaannstrang
jun 23, 2011, 3:13am

I like independent book shops myself. In Port Elizabeth we have the wonderful Fogarty's. What indie bookshops do you favour?

3Just4kixbooks
okt 24, 2011, 10:39am

Adams & Co in Durban is a lovely bookshop, especially the one in Musgrave Centre. It was combined with the Professional Kitchen and had a coffee shop and was a great place to meet friends and browse. Unfortunately, due to the centre having an upgrade, Adams has moved to a smaller shop and there is no coffee shop - a great loss. Peter Adams is wonderfully supportive of local authors.

I have a limited print of the original Adams shop in town painted by John Churchill Simpson.

4mmarais
nov 5, 2011, 3:32pm

Protea books in Pretoria is great - lots of local authors. 2nd hand books too + Africana + great theology and philosophy sections

5Africansky1
mar 5, 2012, 4:21pm

Try Collectors treasury, commissioner St Jhb There are probably a million books on 5 floors and a basement, stuffed with dusty books and more boks, Boxes overflow down the front stairs and that end of Commissioner street is not smart. But I never feel unsafe when visiting. thre Klass brothers work hard and are very knowledgeable. Dealing is mainly on the internet. But you need to close your eyes to the
dust and grime and no space to walk between piled up columns of books and the fact that one of these could just tip over. You can usually find whatever you want in the out of print line.