Best Indie Bookstores on Twitter

Galleycat has a list of the Best Indie Bookstores on Twitter, and look at who's number 3. I should mention that it's alphabetical.

Burn a Candle for the Man

George Whitman died today. Our hearts are with Sylvia, the Shakespeare and Company family, and all of Paris. It's a bit dimmer in the City of Lights tonight.

The Oxonian Review

Check out Ioanna Mavrou's article on the Caldera Arts and Lit Festival in the Oxonian Review.

Festival Reax: Seal of Regal Approval

Harriet Lye and Rosa Rankin-Gee have written a flattering take on our festival weekend for Harriet's swish Literary Arts Magazine Her Royal Majesty. Support their cause, buy an issue - it's quite a piece of work and it's for sale online and,…

Episode 3 in the Works

Get Up At Once fans, rejoice: First of all, episode 2.5, "Sounds Like Caldera Festival" will be hitting the waves any minute now. Here's a taste: Lucky Ladies and Gentlemen, we give you Ross Sutherland: [audio:http://www.atlantisbooks.org/wp-content/uploads/Ross.mp3] (Download…

One for the Good Guys

2008 Atlantis Books alum Carina Uraiqat, now a prosecuting attorney for the fighting third district of the state of Alaska, got her first guilty verdict: A book thief. Go get 'em, Carina.

Announcing Paravion's Christmas Edition

In celebration of the 2011 winter holiday season, Paravion Press presents James Joyce’s Christmas story with specially commissioned illustrations by William Bock. This limited edition of 500 copies features a hand-set letterpress broadside…

Festival Photos

Here are a few on our facebook page. More to come.

Festival Success part 1

We are tired. We are a bit hungover. We are full. We are happy. Watch this space in the coming days and weeks for photos and audios and other festival related items. Big thank yous to our guests: Vefa, Craig, Tzeli, Joe, Ross, Dimitris, Alexis,…

Caldera Arts & Literature Festival

If you happen to be in the neighborhood this weekend of November 4-6, stop by Atlantis Books for our grandest celebration of fine things. The schedule of events, all of which take place at Atlantis Books, No mikos Street, Oia: Sunset…

Get Up At Once, Episode 2: What Took Us So Long?

The long-awaited, given-up-on, and now resurrected second episode of the bookshop radio show is ready for streaming and download. 90 minutes of great music, shop news and updates, some stories about bookshop personalities, and ancillary ruminations.

A bit of press from the HuffPost

A look at successful indiegogo campaigns over on the Huffington Post. Video interview with our very own CW to come soon.