Ray Bradbury Knows How To Live Forever

Let's just hope he comes back to visit soon. Listen to this, and you'll miss him already, as we do. Good luck in space, Mr. Bradbury. 1920-2012.

More Atlantis Babies

The lovely Myrto and Nikos have given birth to a beautiful little boy! Welcome to the world, Serafeim Odysseas Kakaras.

Lisa B giving Birth

Our very own Lisa has had her baby! Welcome, Nikolai Merlin, future wizard. Congratulations Emu and Lisa!

Unpacking My Berlin

Paravion Press and Shakespeare & Sons presents a weekend of books, art, music, performance, dancing and drinking. Paravion will unveil our latest edition, Walter Benjamin's essay Unpacking My Library, with plenty of merriment to bring us…

Call for Registration: Atlantis hosts the Santorini Odoiporikon Photography Workshops, April 19-22 and 26-29

Atlantis Books is proud to announce two weekends of guided photographic journeys across Santorini with the renowned Tzeli Hadjidimitriou, the talent behind our favorite Greek photography book, 39 Coffee Houses and a Barbershop. The Odoiporikon…

Pub Weekly

Publisher's Weekly talks to Craig about the business of making books.

200 and Still New

Charles John Huffan Dickens was born on this day two hundred years ago. He grew up a "very small and not-over-particularly-taken-care-of boy." His parents could only afford one child's tuition and so they chose to send his sister Fanny to…


Another list of the world's most beautiful bookshops.


The wonderful people at Random House granted me a review copy of Haruki Murakami's new novel, 1Q84. If, like me, you're a fan of this writer already, you will enjoy this book. It's been written that this monster is a best-of, where all of Murakami's…

Atlantis in Tin House

Tin House, one of the nation's finest literary magazines and publishing houses, has a blog post about Atlantis Books. Thanks to Kelly for her visit.