New Brick Lane bookshop focuses on women and non-binary writers

New Brick Lane bookshop focuses on women and non-binary writers

The award-winning Pages Bookshop in east London is opening a sister shop, dedicated to titles by women and non-binary writers, in the former space of French-English bookshop Caravans√©rail.

Eleanor Lowenthal, owner of Pages in Clapton, Hackney, and manager Jo Heygate had wanted to run a store of this kind for some time but began planning in earnest a month ago on hearing that the French-English bookshop Caravansérail was closing. Pages Cheshire Street will open just off Brick Lane on 4th May with around 3,000 books across all genres and a regular events programme.

Throughout the 70-square-...

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