NewPages Guide to
Indie Bookstores in New Mexico
The best list of independent New Mexico bookstores
Bookworks is a locally-owned, independent bookstore in Albuquerque's North Valley.
We are a family-owned bookstore bringing you good quality used books of all kinds, and new books by local authors. We also carry greeting cards, pins, journals, and more.
Family owned since 1980, Amy's Bookcase is primarily a used paperback exchange bookstore. We are carrying some new books, and can help you with special orders!
Casa Camino Real is a bookstore, art gallery and community resource center that celebrates literature and the arts in the borderland region of New Mexico, Texas and Northern México. When you enter our historic adobe, our motto is "This is the temple where books are sacred." We focus on Southwestern, Regional, Borderland, Native-American, Chicano & Chicana, Latino & Latina, and Multi-Cultural World literature with books in many languages. We feature new, used, first edition and out of print books for adults and children. We also sell vintage vinyl records and Mexican folk art.
Coas Books is a new & used book store with one of the largest used book inventories available anywhere, with over 500,000 books in stock! We buy, sell, and trade used Books, Vinyl Records, CDs, DVDs, VHS, Audiobooks, Games and more!
Coas Books is a second hand bookstore with the largest selection of books in New Mexico. We have over 500,000 books in stock, and more than 200,000 online!
Allá specializes in Latin America with the largest selection of new and out-of-print Spanish-language scholarly books in the U.S. We feature an extensive collection of titles in literature, history, anthropology, natural history, art, architecture, theater, cinema, and music, including classical music scores and recorded music. We also have English-language books about Latin America and the U.S. Southwest and some Portuguese and French. Our gallery exhibits photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Mexican prints. Located in the heart of Santa Fe, New Mexico, since 1980.
Books, gifts, bits, and baubles! Come see your favorite authors speak and discover new authors and their tales at our regular events.
- Title Link Collected Works Bookstore
- Address 1 202 Galisteo St.
- Phone (505) 988-4226
- Type New books
- Specialty General Interest, Alternative/Political, Children's, Literary, Regional
- Sidelines Artwork, Café/Food, Coffee/Tea, Greeting Cards/Postcards, Toys/Games
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Located on the corner of Galisteo & Water Streets in downtown Santa Fe, just blocks from the historic Plaza. We're a full-service general bookstore with an inventory of over 30,000 titles, including a large selection of local travel, Southwest and Native American history, art and architecture, poetry, and children's books. On our website, you can order books for delivery or pickup. Our coffeehouse features organic, locally-roasted coffee from Aroma Coffee, plus pastries, light fare, and delicious desserts delivered daily from Tesuque Village Market, chocolates from Cocopotamus, and seating indoors or outside on our patio. 20% OFF every coffeehouse purchase between 8am and 9am!
Garcia Street Books is a locally owned and operated bookshop that has been serving the Santa Fe community for over 25 years. The shop thrives on the loyal patronage of full- and part-time residents and the flocks of visitors that frequent Santa Fe.
op cit is a general bookstore that stocks mostly used, collectible and remaindered books of all kinds, as well as a small, well-curated collection of new titles. We buy used books for cash and store credit, and are willing to look at pretty much anything, as long as it's still in good condition. We strive to stock a range of titles, from hard-to-find signed first editions to discounted kids books. We hope you'll visit us soon.
The legendary Brodsky Bookshop is the oldest bookshop in magical Taos, New Mexico. It was founded as an eclectic store specializing in new books in 1977 by the late Lee Brodsky in a long, narrow space next to the Taos Inn on Paseo del Pueblo Norte.
We have new books, great used books in all subjects, first editions, and a great selection of remainders. Our events are free and open to the public. Please check our 'FAQ' page for more information and details.