Second Editions Book Store aims to be more than words

By , Daily Memphian Updated: August 15, 2022 6:38 PM CT | Published: August 12, 2022 3:42 PM CT

Despite its smaller size and location — tucked away just inside the front doors of the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library — the bookstore strives to be “a community resource.”


Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library Randy Chertow Friends of the Library Second Editions Book Store

Alicia Davidson

Alicia Davidson is a lifelong Memphis resident and graduate of The University of Memphis College of Journalism and Strategic Media. When not scribbling about the latest Memphis news, you will find her reading historical biographies, cooking Italian cuisine and practicing vinyasa yoga.


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