Uncharted Books

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Uncharted Books

As a self proclaimed, "used bookstore, event space, and writer's haven" in Logan Square, this laid-back bookshop is chock full of used books, from newly released literature to nonfiction favorites. Give yourself ample time to dig, then rest your feet by taking a seat at the table and chairs. Shop owner Tanner McSwain hosts occassional author events, and Ramona, the shop dog, is an added bonus.

Venue name: Uncharted Books
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Address: 2630 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago

Cross street: between Logan Blvd and Diversey Ave
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 1-9pm; Sat, Sun 10am-10pm
Transport: El: Blue to Logan Square. Bus: 56, 76.
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Nick Kotecki

This is my favorite used bookstore to browse the shelves in. Myopic might have a wider selection, but you can find more books here that you pick out solely for the cover. There's also a good amount of readings that occur on a near weekly basis, bringing in authors regionally and from around the country.