Your Local Downtown Greenville Bookstore​

Welcome to M.Judson Booksellers, downtown Greenville’s premier independent local bookstore. We’re a thriving literary hub, coming to you from the historic courthouse building in the middle of beautiful downtown Greenville, SC. Specializing in cookbooks, Southern lit, and kids’ books of every kind, we also offer bestsellers, new releases, fun and funky goods, and gifts from South Carolina and beyond. Our events, such as Lunch & Lit and Trivia Night, are various and spectacularly thoughtful, and our bookclubs have cult followings. We also have a unique book subscription service “The Letterbox” that has themed selections (think Beach Reads, Crime, and Fantasy) as well as “My Letterbox” which we customize to your specific reading style and interests. The Letterbox delivers a surprise book, a Camilla Goods bookmark, and personal note to your mailbox each week or month, whatever your preferred schedule. 


Have books shipped to your door.

Our Response to COVID-19

Thank you for choosing M.Judson Booksellers.

We are currently open 7:30am–7pm Mon-Sat and 10am– 7pm on Sun. We continue to offer curbside pickup.

We’re committed to following the State of South Carolina mandates and the additional City of Greenville recommendations. Our staff wear masks, have temps taken before each shift and conduct regular COVID testing. We following strict cleaning practices before the store opens, after the store closes, and throughout the day. 

Customers are required to wear masks, and we have hand sanitizer available for use at our registers. We are grateful for your ongoing support and patience as we all do our best to navigate these strange times.

Staff Notes

White Noise

Set in the utopian backdrop of a college town, this novel explores the idiosyncrasies of modern family life, the worship of brand names, & the

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Rumple Buttercup

Rumple Buttercup is strange. He’s not quite like you or me, but that’s what makes him special! A great message for any age! Viva la

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These are the tales of women you probably don’t know from history class. Their courage and creativity are told through witty, short comics perfect for

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