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Lifelong Bronx resident Latanya DeVaughn announced at a Sunday event in Bronx Music Heritage Center, that she is going to soon be bringing a mobile book, Bronx Bound Books, into the borough.
Only a couple of weeks ago, the Bronx’s much-anticipated general-interest bookstore, the Lit. Tavern opened after a successful crowdfunding effort. Now, as Welcome2theBronx initially reported, the borough will be getting another peddler of all tomes.

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She will be launching a crowdfunding campaign in the next two to three weeks, aiming to increase between $80,000 and $65,000 to commence the project.

DeVaughn, who works at a nonprofit, used to conduct an open mic at Books from the Hood, an independent bookstore that closed down from the borough at 2011. “I have a huge passion for the Bronx and writing and reading,” she told Curbed. “A bookstore has ever been a part of my life plan and with all the rents being the way they’re in the Bronx, I understood the dream was likely to be further off.”

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However, she realized there was another option. “On a vehicle, I could be with the community, know who they are, without relying upon them to come to me personally,” DeVaughn explained.
Bronx Bound Books, founded by Bronx resident Latanya DeVaughn, will bring books

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She is now aiming to reach several Bronx neighborhoods such as Baychester, Throggs Neck, and”any place at which it takes over a half an hour to get to the closest bookstore–that I wanna have the ability to fulfill [Bronx taxpayers ] half way”