Wednesday, August 13, 2003

On Two Atlanta Bookstores
Since this blog gets a few hits from Atlanta residents searching for neighborhood blogs, I should mention that A Cappella Books and Atlanta Book Exchange are the most interesting bookstores -- no the most interesting stored, period -- within the perimeter. A Cappella is in the faux-bohemian district of Little Five, and its featured selections are usually new Chomsky and Vidal titles. Atlanta Book Exchange specializes in art and architecture, but it stands out because its owner has stuffed every corner, crevice and cranny of the store with books. (It's sister store is Beaver's Book Sale and it's daughter store is Discount Books.) Both stores are inexpensive and show excellent taste in their selection.


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