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He’s also trying to show how bookstores can survive and prosper in the digital age by becoming a community crossroads for their neighborhoods. The Last Bookstore does that by hosting musical performances, parties, community meetings, and, of course, poetry and book readings.

The Last Bookstore is located in an old bank building on the corner of 5th and Spring in DTLA. The massive floor space, tall columns and arched cieling give it a cathedral-like feel. Along with selling books, the store's also turned into a kind of community center for the growing downtown community, hosting musical performances, book and poetry readings, and neighborhood meetings.

The Last Bookstore is located in an old bank building on the corner of 5th and Spring in DTLA. The massive floor space, tall columns and arched ceiling give it a cathedral-like feel. Along with selling books, the store’s also turned into a kind of community center for the growing downtown community, hosting musical performances, book and poetry readings, and neighborhood meetings.

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Josh Spencer is the founder and owner of The Last Bookstore. His dream was to always open up a brick and mortar new and used bookstore, as an expression of his love for literature. He's also designed the interior of the store, taking his inspiration from Steampunk and Hollywood movies. As you can see, Josh is wheelchair-bound, but he says that hasn't been an obstacle when it comes to running the store. He worries more about just keeping his head above water financially.

Josh Spencer is the founder and owner of The Last Bookstore. His dream was to always open up a brick and mortar new and used bookstore, as an expression of his love for literature. He’s also designed the interior of the store, taking his inspiration from Steampunk and Hollywood movies. As you can see, Josh is wheelchair-bound, but he says that hasn’t been an obstacle when it comes to running the store. He worries more about just keeping his head above water financially.

The second-floor of The Last Bookstore is filled with design and decorating features, but the star attraction is this walk-through tunnel made from (what else?) books. Josh designed it himself with help from his dad.

The second-floor of The Last Bookstore is filled with design and decorating features, but the star attraction is this walk-through tunnel made from (what else?) books. Josh designed it himself with help from his dad.

The store is filled with folk art, antiques and just weird things, like this shelf with books taking flight. Harry Potter or Dr. Who would feel very much at home here.

The store is filled with folk art, antiques and just weird things, like this shelf with books taking flight. Harry Potter or Dr. Who would feel very much at home here.

The Last Bookstore is in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of downtown L.A. To make books avaialable to those who don't have much money to spend, all the titles on the second floor, shown here are sold for a dollar.

The Last Bookstore is in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of downtown L.A. To make books avaialable to those who don’t have much money to spend, all the titles on the second floor, shown here are sold for a dollar.

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    I'm working with a college intern, voracious book lover who discovered the bookstore on a lunch break. She was ecstatic and overwhelmed but eager to go back again and again.

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