To inform is to be in battle. To make art (ask artists and critics) is to be at war, often a brothers' war. The resourceful legion of Artcore writers promises to always be on the lookout, sleeplessly waiting for enemies to pass by, and once close enough, to arrest them with the disarming power of their questions.
So, I came to take an interview of Craig Walzer, the owner of “one of the prettiest bookstores in the world” with “a very nice atmosphere” – as I heard a couple of tourists mentioning, while I was trying to persuade my feet to move, or else I would miss my flight back. However, I did not move, with the thought that this might be the last time that I set my eyes on Atlantis Books, since it might close down on the 20th of October for the price of one million euro.