Sententia Vera Cultural Hub offers books by women & writers of color, gifts and co-working space on Hwy. 290

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Sententia Vera Cultural Hub, 4002 E. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs, opened June 12. The bookstore features new and used books, with a focus on self-published authors and works by women as well as writers of color. Greeting cards and gifts are also available and a co-working space with conference rooms can be rented in the back of the facility.

The brick-and-mortar store is a transition from owner Teresa Carbajal Ravet’s former e-commerce business. 512-633-4327.


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