I popped into Scribes secondhand bookshop the other day since I happened to having lunch with someone at a cafe just down the road, and was looking at the poetry books, just out of curiosity. I was tempted to get a Marge Piercy book of poems, but wasn't sure whether I'd be paying for lunch: it was a choice of one or the other. (As it happened the other person paid for lunch, but I didn't get back to the shop.)
I don't know that I've come across much of Piercy's writing, but it looked fairly accessible while being definitely good solid poetry. I'll have to track her down elsewhere sometime. I can't even remember the name of the book to note here.
What I do remember is that I was checking out some of the books on the upper shelves and in order to do so had to stand on one of those little metal stools that are somewhat akin to a Dalek. And about as stable. I didn't want to hang onto the shelves in case they collapsed on top of me, but I wasn't sure that the Dalek was going to give me much support either. A set of library step stools would have given me a greater sense of security, but I don't think there were any nearby.
This would have to be my only criticism of Scribes, which is otherwise one of my favourite shops. However, it's out of the way of my usual routes, so I don't often get there - regrettably.