In this episode, I'm chatting with Linda Kass, co-owner of Gramercy Books in Bexley, Ohio, about her career as a journalist and author, the four ingredients needed to create an excellent indie bookshop, and Pelotonia!
Gramercy Books is a locally-owned, independently-minded neighborhood bookstore located in the heart of Bexley, Ohio. Their philosophy is simple: they’re about inspiration and discovery, community and adventure. The booksellers at Gramercy Books connect readers and writers with books they love and host special events and ongoing visits by authors, poets, and songwriters that provoke conversation. The name, Gramercy, comes from the French word “grand merci,” which translates to “big thanks” or “many thanks.”
Their inviting space includes a new café concept from Kittie’s, featuring Stumptown coffee, breakfast items, savory and sweet snacks, and their iconic cupcakes.
Books by Temple Grandin, PhD