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Hours:7AM until 9PM

Seven Days a Week


1203 13th Street Suite A
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 495-3303

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Seven Days a Week
Monday - 7am-5pm
Tuesday-Friday - 7am-9pm
Saturday-Sunday - 8am-5pm

Where: 1203 13th Street Suite A
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 495-3303
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Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe is celebrating our
Second Anniversary 2012
Thank you to all the poets and poetry lovers out there! We couldn't have made it without your support.
Come join us for:
Featured Poets, Open Poetry Readings, Music and much more

Your local poetry bookstore

Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe is your local poetry bookstore in Boulder, Colorado. We are the third exclusively-poetry bookstore to open its doors in the United States.

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Email: innisfreepoetry@gmail.com

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We now offer a hand picked selection of our poetry books for sale online.
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Latest News

Saturday May 16 at 9AM : Boulder Wring Dates

Come join a writing community: http://www.meetup.com/Boulder-Writing-Dates/

Thursday May 7th at 7PM: Conjunctions with Foust, Ramke, Robinson, and Sikelianos

Wednesday May 6th at 7PM: Centennial Middle School

A evening of poems from the 7th Grade at Boulder Valley's Centennial Middle School.

Tuesday May 5th at 7PM: Weekly Open Poetry Reading

Hosted by publisher and poet Joseph Braun.

Monday May 4 at 7PM: Sinead Morrissey and Wayne Miller

SinĂ©ad Morrissey, born in Portadown, Northern Ireland, is the author of five poetry collections published in the UK by Carcanet—most recently The State of the Prisons (2005), which won the Michael Hartnett Poetry Prize; Through the Square Window (2009), which won the Irish Times Poetry Now Award; and Parallax (2013), which won the TS Eliot Prize. Her first book published →

Friday May 1 at 7PM: Lisa Birman

How To Walk Away After three years in Afghanistan, Otis is adjusting to life back home. Struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, he obsessively replays the traumas of war, cataloguing the names of the dead. Cat, his wife, is a genealogist who makes maps of families in an attempt to understand her world. When a car accident takes Otis’s left arm, he →