Popular Indie Store Main Point Books Relocates to Wayne

Cathy Fiebach holds a book in front of a bookcase.
Photo of Cathy Fiebach courtesy of Main Line Media News.

Popular indie bookstore Main Point Books marked its relocation from Bryn Mawr to a larger space in Wayne with a recent grand opening, writes Lynn Rosen for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The store came about three and a half years ago when owner Cathy Fiebach noticed there were no bookstores for adults left on the Main Line.

“I didn’t come out of a publishing background,” she said. “I just needed a bookstore for myself.”

Fiebach decided to move the store when she was invited by her new building’s landlord to a larger space at 116 North Wayne Avenue. The Wayne location has more room for books, a bigger event space that will be able to fit up to 80 people, and a larger children’s section.

The grand opening featured an impressive array of famous authors, including Fran Wilde, author of Updraft, and Chuck Wendig, author of Star Wars: Aftermath.

Fiebach feels that the move will both bring in new customers and retain her old customers that she is hoping will visit her in Wayne.

Read more about the relocation in the Philadelphia Inquirer by clicking here.

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