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No naughty booksellers here

Santa said Eureka Books is his favorite shop in Old Town, but he probably says that to all the store owners.


Hello Norma Jean

We just got in a huge collection of Marilyn Monroe books recently purchased from a private collector.  Our shelves are bursting with multiple copies of possibly every book ever published about the famous and tragic Hollywood star. So if you know any gentlemen who prefer blondes, or anyone who likes it hot, send them our […]


Wicked Bugs Video

Eureka author Amy Stewart’s next book, Wicked Bugs, will be out in May (2011), but the video has already landed.


Buy Low and Sell High

Further tales of bookselling beyond the redwood curtain, from the New York Times Op-ed page. The novel referred to in the story is The Last Bookstore in America, available on the Kindle and other e-readers. For a previous encounter we had with Humboldt's finest, go here.    


Banned from the Anarchist Bookfair!

It turns out that being an independent bookstore in Eureka for 23 years isn't good enough for Humboldt's anarchists. Since we have employees – who by definition are exploited wage slaves – we are banned from the Third Annual fair on December 11 show at the Manila Community Center. Anarchists: don't bother asking us for […]


From old books to new journals

Eureka Books is now carrying blank journals made from recycled hardcovers.  Some of the more interesting illustrations and pages are preserved inside.  Each book is unique and sizes vary.  Some are perfect for personal journals while others are big enough for artist sketch books.


Spooky books are lurking in the aisles

Villainous vampires, ghastly gouls and a zombie remake of an old classic await your visit to Eureka Books… if you dare.


The History of Talking During Movies

  Don't you hate it when people sit in the theater and talk through the movie? I'm especially annoyed when people explain obvious plot points to each other, like "Oh, she's really his sister…" Can you imagine what it must have been like during the silent era, when text flashed on the screen to be […]


Vintage Audubon prints on display for Arts Alive!

Come in for Arts Alive! to see original Audubon bird lithographs. These vintage prints were hand-colored under Audubon's supervision in 1840-1844.


New roof in progress

Eureka Books is open for business while roofers rip off the old, leaky roof and install a new one.  Come on in.  No hard hat required.


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