Danae Sioziou (b.1987) was raised in Germany and Greece. She studied English Studies (BA), Cultural Management (MA) and European History (MSc). Her books so far: Useful Children Games and Probable Landscapes by Antipodes Editions. …

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Award-winning, with rich activity, in criticism, essay, teaching, radio, but mainly in poetic speech, Kostas G. Papageorgiou was one of the main representatives of the generation of the '70s and of those who with their analytical thinking renewed mod…

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When first published in Greek in 2002, The Lame Angel by Alexis Panselinos received critical acclaim,characterized as “the most ambitious, probably the greatest novel of the year”. An English translation of the book by Caroline Harbouri w…

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Ioannis Balampanidis was born at Thessaloniki in 1980. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and History from Panteion University of Athens. He is the author of Eurocommunism: From Communist to Radical Left in Europe (Polis, Athens 2015, and Routledg…

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Ivan Sršen (born 1979 in Zagreb) is the head of an independent Croatian publishing house Sandorf, and is also an editor, a translator, a writer and a literary agent. Sršen has published a book of short stories (Skela, 2010), a popular s…

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Nick Mamatas is the author of several novels, including I Am Providence and The Second Shooter. His short fiction has appeared in Best American Mystery StoriesEllery Queen Mystery Magazine, Tor.com, and many other…

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What a better way to feel the true spirit of the Greek Orthodox Easter than by reading the Easter short stories of ‘the saint of modern Greek storytelling' Alexandros Papadiamantis.

In A Village Easter, the priest, Father Kyriakos, is beset by…

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Vagia Kalfa (Alexandroupolis, 1984) has published the poetry collections Απλά Πράγματα [Simple Things] (Gavriilidis editions, 2012) and Ληθόστρωτο&n…

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George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, usually referred to as Lord Byron, is considered one of the most iconic Romantics poets and arguably the most famous Philhellene; a fascinating and highly influential figure throughout his life, he died at the ag…

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Dimitris Angelis (Athens, 1973) has published seven collections of poetry, as well as essays, studies and short stories. His collection Anniversary was awarded the Porfyras Prize of the Academy of Athens, in 2015 he was honored wi…

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