Welcome to Charis Books and More,
the nation's oldest independent feminist bookstore.
We specialize in diverse and unique children's books.
Feminist and cultural studies books.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer fiction
We will gladly order any book in print.
Order online and save 10% off the cover price!
This website database does NOT
reflect what we actually
have in stock. Visit our store at 1189 Euclid Ave, NE
Atlanta, GA 30307 located in the heart of the Little 5 Points business district
to see all of our great gift ideas. Charis is fully wheelchair accessible, with
an accessible (and gender neutral) bathroom, ramp, and shelves on wheels. We
have one van accessible parking spot.
Questions, ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call us at (404) 524-0304. Please note that
GPS devices will often send you to the wrong place. If you prefer to use your GPS for directions use the address of the Brewhouse Cafe:401 Moreland Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30307. If you are facing the Brewhouse we are located just behind it on the left, diagonally across the street from The Clothing Warehouse.
We are so excited to have Fiona back in Atlanta and working at Charis again! In honor of her return we asked her to be our September community book curator. These are some of her current and enduring faves, but we don't mind telling you that you should pick up one of Fiona's own books next time you are in the store too! She is the author of several novellas and novels of lesbian love and desire, including the Lambda Literary Award finalists Bliss, Every Dark Desire. Her novel,Dangerous Pleasures, was winner of the About.com Readers’ Choice Award for Best Lesbian Novel or Memoir of 2012. Her short fiction has appeared in various anthologies including Cleis Press Best Lesbian Erotica series, Wicked: Sexy Tales of Legendary Lovers, Iridescence: Sensuous Shades of Lesbian Erotica, Fist of the Spider Woman.
Spanning nearly a century, Belle City, is an expansive, introspective, intergenerational saga of love and loss told from the disparate perspectives of an interracial couple struggling to survive as their descendants attempt to understand the legacies of this star-crossed pair.
This is a Georgia Center for the Book Event. It is free and open to the public.
Did you know that you can help Charis Circle every time you get your groceries by becoming a Kroger Rewards Card member and choosing Charis Circle as your non-profit of choice. It's free and easy to get started. You can use your existing number or choose to open a new account and link it to Charis Circle. Go to https://www.kroger.com/communityrewards and get started today!