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Community rules

Edmonton’s Audreys Books and the city’s newest indie, Glass Bookshop, share a passion for serving local readers
Sharon and Steve Budnarchuk with their daughter, Kelly Dyer (left)

CHANGES ARE AFLOAT in Edmonton’s bookselling landscape as a long-time shop owner retires, and a new bookstore prepares to open its doors. Sharon Budnarchuk, one of the owners of Audreys Books, retired at the end of June, leaving her daughter, Kelly Dyer, as the public face of the store. Budnarchuk continues to advise behind the scenes. At the same time, a pair of new booksellers, Matthew Stepanic and Jason Purcell, are preparing to open their own independent, Glass Bookshop.

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