The West Side of San Antonio is weeks away from the start of a new chapter that will link Latin literature to the community when the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (GCAC) Bookstore opens.
The 3,000-square-foot Latino Bookstore opens in the former Progreso Pharmacy on October 1 with an inventory valued at $ 20,000 on its shelves. Customers will be able to browse and purchase literature written by Texan Latino authors with a focus on Mexican-American studies and Chicano scholars and icons. Works for children are also included.
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