The staff of Mysterious Galaxy bookstore recently revealed that the San Diego bookseller must find a new owner and a new location before losing its lease in less than 60 days. The publishing community responded with a flurry of support for the genre bookstore, generating press and contact from potential new owners. We all feel the love. For the last 26 years, Mysterious Galaxy has focused on science fiction, fantasy, mystery, young adult, romance, and horror books. Despite a 5 to 10 percent increase in bookstore sales in recent years and a reputation for well-attended readings and convention signings, the bookstore needs a new location and new owner to survive. Authors were quick to share memories of the bookstore.
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New owner needed to save Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore from closing its doors. It is with heavy hearts that we share that unless a new buyer and new location are found immediately, Mysterious Galaxy will be forced to close its doors. The purchase of Mysterious Galaxy is expected to be a turn-key sale, retaining the staff and mission of Mysterious Galaxy to grow and expand the already established brand. We eagerly hope to find the right buyer, who will focus on the future success and growth of Mysterious Galaxy, and consider the best interests of its expert staff. This is a growing and vibrant bookstore with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, who hope Mysterious Galaxy will thrive for many years to come. They are seeking a passionate new owner who can act swiftly to save this community treasure, and destination for readers, authors, and publishers. We have found a family here, among each other and our wonderful readers, and we hope this store can continue to provide an inclusive place for anyone and everyone who wishes to pick up a new book, find an old favorite, or spend time among people who love books and the stories they contain. You can help us by getting the word out and sharing savemysteriousgalaxy. Skip to main content. My Account.
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