What are your favorite Orthodox bookstores. I like:
Eighth Day Bookswww.eighthdaybooks.com
From the site:
We're "eclectic but orthodox"
Eighth Day Books is not a super chain, pitching any books that might sell.
Instead, we're selective, offering an eccentric community of books based on this organizing principle: if a book - be it literary, scientific, historical, or theological - sheds light on ultimate questions in an excellent way, then it's a worthy candidate for inclusion in our catalog.
Reality doesn't divide itself into "religious" and "literary" and "secular" spheres, so we don't either. We're convinced that all truths are related and every truth, if we pay attention rightly, directs our gaze toward God. One of our customers found us "eclectic but orthodox." We like that.
We also resonate with St. Justin Martyr in his Second Apology (paraphrased a bit): that which is true, is ours.
They have a great catalog, call and get a free copy. 1-800-841-2541. Run by a friendly Antiochian family in Kansas.
The Unexpected Joy Orthodox Christian Book Shop
942 Harden St,
Columbia, SC 29205
Run by Rdr. Quartus(ROCOR) this is a very interesting shop, almost a countercultural experience. Quartus keeps the largest selection of incense in the SE USA and has lots of icons and Orthodox texts from all publishers.
I also shop Amazon.com from time to time.