Monthly Archives: August 2018

“Τί μας βρήκε”  

(“What found us” a Greek expression) After the fires that destroyed Mati on Monday July 23, and claimed the lives of 97 confirmed victims, people talked for weeks of what went wrong, what could have happened, what did happen. I … Continue reading

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Op/Ed: Greece’s Exodus is the beginning of its travails in the desert (by John Psaropoulos)  

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Are there any Greeks in this publication? (3)

Originally posted on Piano Poetry Pantelis Politics:
A few weeks ago the Times Literary Supplement published a letter about its abysmal coverage of modern Greek literature.  The correspondent complained that they “rarely list Modern Greek poetry and prose.”  I was not…

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