DUENDE @ BloomBars in Columbia Heights
February 5 - April 8
Duende District's first pop-up bookstore event of 2018 is in partnership with BloomBars, one of D.C.'s most innovative spaces for arts & community!
3222 11th St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20010
More information on days/hours we're open & our events schedule to come.
DUENDE @ MahoganyBooks in The Anacostia Arts Center
We are so excited to partner with MahoganyBooks as a permanent pop-up within their first brick-and-mortar bookstore venture at The Anacostia Arts Center!
Shop all your Duende PoC Favorites, as well as the MahoganyBooks curated selection of books by and about the African diaspora.
1231 Good Hope Rd SE
Washington, D.C. 20020
Tuesday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. & by event
Saturday: 10 a.m, – 7 p.m. & by event
Sunday: 12 a.m. – 4 p.m. & by event
DUENDE @ Toli Moli in Union Market
Duende District has partnered with the Burmese eatery/bodega, Toli Moli, for a one-year pop-up!
The Duende @ Toli Moli bookstore will focus on books by and about the Asian diaspora, with a few Duende favorites thrown in as well. Come check out the hottest new spot at Union Market!
1309 5th St NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
Tuesday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
The vision of Duende District was born from bookseller and poet Angela M. Spring’s desire to truly shift the idea of what a bookstore community can be and redefine the operational structure of traditional bookselling. Duende District’s first retail venture as an entrepreneurial literature startup incubated within Artomatic 2017. Duende’s pop-up store at Artomatic featured fiction, art books, graphic novels, and children books by some of the most talented authors and illustrators of color today.
Until the establishment of a brick and mortar store, Duende District will continue to take advantage of opportunities to partner with local community events as a pop-up bookstore.
“It is time for a bookstore that specifically supports and empowers people of color in the book world. Duende District’s mission is to create a new space shaped by people of color at senior-level positions (buyers, event planners, creative directors, etc.) to create an authentic intersectional conversation and high quality bookstore that everyone is invited to take part in.” - Angela Maria Spring