From BookPeople in Moscow, Idaho, to Lucy’s Books in Astoria, Oregon, and Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle, Washington–independent bookstores have been inviting Wild Feminine onto their shelves and into their communities. I’ve often felt the magic of my own neighborhood bookstore, Powell’s on Hawthorne, when I passed through their aisles and an unexpected book caught my eye as if it had something to teach me. Now, placing Wild Feminine into bookstores around the northwest, I see how bookstores hold space for written works so that their readers may find them. A heartfelt thanks to these independents whose work is often more service than profit. Give a gift from your own local bookstore and help these meeting places thrive.