During my recent trip to Fayetteville, Eddy and I stopped at one of our favorite bookstores – Dickson Street Bookshop. Located on the corner of School Avenue and Dickson Street, Dickson Street Bookshop carries TONS of used and out-of-print books. What I love about Dickson Street Bookshop is that it carries books on topics such as mycology, limnology, and survival. Take that, Barnes & Noble! As someone who forages and collects books about wild edibles, I appreciate the selection offered by this little gem in Fayetteville.
The Dickson Street Bookshop has been in business since 1978, which tells something about its quality. Approximately 100,000 books line the shop’s walls, so you are bound to find a book that interests you. Don’t spend too long at the store, or you might come out of it broke, which has happened to me more than once.
The Dickson Street Book Shop is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 1 to 6 p.m. Sundays. Next time you’re in Fayetteville, drop by and buy used from Dickson Street Bookshop!