So, we were walking in downtown Madison this past weekend (thanks, Brad, for minding the store!), when we looked down a side street and saw this sign:
Someone stole our store! And relocated it to Madison!
But then we investigated a little closer:
Turns out, it was just a coincidentally named B&B next to the fine independent book store A Room of One's Own. We stopped in and talked with the staff, who were funny, pleasant, and knowledgeable. They gave us a few pointers that we are going to try out at the Canterbury (like having a bed and breakfast above it! Just kidding. Maybe.).
The physical space of A Room of One's Own is amazing too! It is well decorated and arranged, with a series of rooms containing different genres niched off from the main entrance hall. If you are ever in the Madison, WI area, you should totally check it out. Becky left with a compilation of Native American oral histories, and I left with the Hugo Award winner Binti, by Nnedi Okorafor.