Christos Armando Gezos (1988) is an author and a poet. In 2012 he published his first poetry collection titled Ανεκπλήρωτοι φόβοι [Unrealized Fears] for which he receiv…

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Adrianne Kalfopoulou is a poet, essayist, and scholar. She is the author of three poetry collections, Wild Greens, Cumulus and Passion Maps, a collection of essays Ruin, Essays in Exilic Living and a memoir on place and identity titled Broken Greek,…

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Dimitris Kalokyris was born in 1948 in Rethymno, Crete. A poet, writer, editor, graphic designer and literary critic, he is one of the most multifaceted literati of contemporary Greece. He founded the literary magazine Tram (1971-1978), the literary…

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Yannis Tsirbas was born in 1976. He studied political sciences, political behaviour and communication in Athens and Essex. He is currently a Lecturer at the University of Athens in the Department of Social Theory and Sociology, with an expertise in q…

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Widely recognized as one of Greece’s best new writers, Giannis Palavos was born in Velvento, Kozani in Greece in 1980. He studied Journalism at the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki and Arts Administration at the Panteion University in Athen…

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Gregory Papadoyiannis was born in Crete in 1961. He is the writer of a novel, Sniff, a short stories collection, The city beyond the river, and a comic album, To the Almighty, hereunto. In 1991, he was awarded the national prize for young playwr…

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Andriana Minou is a musician and writer, born in Greece and living in London since 2004. She works mainly as a pianist and is the founder of the Vladimir&Estragon Piano Duo and the Oiseaux Bizarres Ensemble. As an academic researcher she has orga…

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One of his generation’s most fertile minds, a legendary advertising man and a prolific writer, Nikos Dimou was born in Athens in 1935. He studied English and French literature in Athens and Philosophy in Munich and has published more than 60 bo…

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Ioanna Bourazopoulou is a Greek playwright turned novelist. She has written five novels: The Boudoir of Nadir (2003), The Secret Water (2005), What Lot’s Wife Saw (2007), The Guilt of Innocence (2011) and The Valley of Mud (2014), the first par…

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Ersi Sotiropoulos is an acclaimed Greek poet, novelist and short story writer. She studied philosophy and cultural anthropology in Florence and worked with the Greek embassy in Rome. She published her debut novel, The Trick, in 1982. Zigzag thro…

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