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Introducing Windows Booksellers

Shelf of Merton volumes

Thomas Merton first editions (Photo: Windows Booksellers, 2012)

In my first of what I hope to be a continuing series of #IndieThursday posts on independent booksellers, I introduce you to a store I discovered through last weekend’s Faith and Culture Writers Conference. They are based at Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon, and have a store right here in Eugene! How did I not know that?

Introducing Windows Booksellers. Here’s the description off their website.

If you appreciate great books and enjoy a warm, inviting atmosphere, you’ll love walking into Windows Booksellers. We offer new and used general theological books but we also specialize in hard-to-find academic theological books. Most of our new titles are 20% off retail. In order to encourage people from different Christian traditions, we carry a wide variety of cross-confessional Christian books on important biblical and theological topics such as:

  • Church History
  • Biblical Studies
  • Devotional Literature
  • Preaching Resources
  • Ministry Resources (family & marriage, youth ministry, etc.)
  • Old and New Testament Commentaries
  • Judaica
  • Archaeology and Ancient Near East
  • Philosophy
  • Literature
  • We are an official BibleWorks dealer.

We also have a bargain attic with used paperbacks selling for $1 and hardbacks for $2.

There are over 5,000 new and used titles in stock, plus we have access to over 60,000 used volumes from our Eugene store.

Windows Booksellers is a member of the Association of Theological Booksellers and an affiliate of Wipf and Stock Publishers

If you’re in Northeast Portland or Downtown Eugene, be sure to stop by and check them out. The Portland Store is on the campus of Multnomah University and the Eugene store is in the basement below Cozmic Pizza on 8th and Charnelton.

Support independent booksellers everywhere!

Hey girl!

I’m writing about the conference—in one way or another—all week, and linking each post here as I write it. Thanks for reading!

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