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Age of Paradise
The internal adventure of poetry
Alphabet for Readers of All Ages
A poetic, pictorial introduction to the alphabet
At the End of Illusion
Awning in the Wind
Life, nature, art and the way people see them
Yannis Kontos’s poems in Death Trainer engage with the expectations and disappointments of collective reality.
Electric City The Secret Collection Poetry 1970-2005
Three new books of poetry by leading representatives of the ’70s generation of Greek poets
Eternal Bird Droppings
An exciting new voice in contemporary Greek poetry
Famine constitutes a delightful repast
Five Greek poets
Greek poets of all generations are producing mature, original work that converses with their national past and contemporary European currents.
Five new Greek poets
After an extended period of quiet reflection, Greek poetry has finally acquired new practitioners and devotees.
How the Assyrians Commit Suicide
Irony, self-mockery, ambivalence
Hyacinths, Violets and Heliotropes: A Selection of Poems by Yannis Kondos
Poetry in capital letters
In Total, Crop 1943-1997
Social comment, lyricism, personal and metaphysical concerns, in half a century of poems by Kleitos Kyrou
Invisible Breath - Poems 1971-1990
Experimental and breathtaking poetic language
Letters for Tesserae
A poetic voice of remarkable breadth and strength.
Link with the Previous
Dinos Siotis’s poems take us on A trip through a strange world
Dimitris Kalokyris’s characteristic humour – irreverent, dry and subversive – permeates the poems in Melanthia’s Book.
Not To Forget Them
Poems drawn from the well of a generation’s experience
A profane, ironic, humorous, tender voice in the poems of George Veltsos
Immediacy and richness in the poetry of Nikos Leventis
Resurrection of Andrei Tarkovsky
Poems by a master craftsman
Seconds of Fear
Theatrical, visual and iconic verse from a notable contemporary Greek poet.
The Black Button
Prose that functions like poetry in The Black Button, a roll call of the dead by Kostas G. Papageorgiou.
The Invisible Crowd
The attempt to regain a lost childhood
Lyricism and musicality in poems that explore the difficulty of human communication.
The Poems (1956-1993)
Anestis Evangelou’s collected poems illuminate the inner void with a flicker of hope
The Poems 1973-2008
A voice that is deliberately anti-lyrical and often electrifying
A collection that responds to the poet’s expressive needs
The Sorrow of Others
An intermediate world between light and darkness
The Thousand Leaves
Perforated, permeable time in verse
The Wild Boar Speaks
Capturing fluid, fleeting meaning and a fragment of truth
Vacation in Reality, Poems, Drafts, Re-writings
Images of reality in verse
Yiannis Varveris’s poems take the solitude of the body to its existential limits in Wasted Money.
We’ve Moved Next Door
Kiki Dimoula at the height of her poetic maturity