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Cafe Weekend is a sweet little coffee shop on the edge of the Central District in Seattle. Well, it looks little, but it has a huge room hiding in the back perfect for working, meeting the neighbors and reading a book. One thing we have always admired is their carefully curated bookshelf, with a rotating theme, with a nice focus on local comics, art and design. You get a real sense of the owner’s interest, not only intellectually, but in the community around her.

So it’s a great honor to have our “Twelve Saints” right here in the neighborhood we publish from on her shelves. If you’re in the Central District, stop by and have a cup of coffee or a cookie and enjoy one of Seattle’s best kept secrets.

We think following Cafe Weekend on Instagram is the way to go:  @cafeweekend

Phinney Books! Now Carrying Twelve Saints

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We could not be more delighted! Thanks to Phinney Books for carrying Twelve Saints.

This is super nice general bookstore in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood, close to the well-known 74th St. Ale House and a whole host of other places to have lunch or grab an ice cream cone. Tom Nissley, the owner, also happens to have an engaging book, A Readers’s Book of Days, that we think you’ll want to add to your desktop for a bit of daily inspiration and knowledge. I just bought a copy for my desk.

Phinney Books has book groups, readings and other events, so you will definitely want to check them out if you’re in North Seattle.

Get Twelve Saints in Boston

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Society of Arts and crafts

We are pleased to announce that Twelve Saints is available for purchase at The Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston. I can’t think of a more beautiful place to be in the fall than strolling around Boston and the Society is located in the heart of it all along Newbury Street. You’ll also want to check out some of Nia Michaels‘ original tin collages while you are there.

The Society of Arts and Crafts
175 Newbury Street, Boston, MA