You walk through the slight aisles of South Austin's Reverie Books, perhaps clutching a Captain Quackenbush cold brew in one hand and a copy of Transgender Warriors by Leslie Feinberg in the other. In a bigger space, your fellow patrons would be miles away, but in the confines of Reverie’s cozy store space, other bibliophiles’ conversations about how good House of Leaves was or if they finished Beloved for class yet are near enough to be a brief real-time podcast. It’s quaint; it’s comforting; it’s the perfect tiny bookstore of your literary dreams.
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