Tag: Greek author

An Oxi Day Tribute: Once We Were Here

An Oxi Day Tribute: Once We Were Here

Reading “Once We Were Here,” we are reminded of the unyielding spirit of Greece, the profound impact of history, and the enduring legacy of love and sacrifice. Christopher Cosmos’ debut novel stands as a tribute to the brave men and women who fought for their country, their loved ones, and ultimately, for the cause of freedom.

A Mother's Love: PIMATA by Doris Falidis Nickolas

A Mother's Love: PIMATA by Doris Falidis Nickolas

The inspiration behind “PIMATA” is a deeply personal one, rooted in the profound loss of Doris’ beloved son, Angelo. Last June, Angelo’s battle with bowel and liver cancer came to an end, leaving a void in the lives of those who cherished him. In the wake of this heartbreak, Doris turned to writing as a form of therapy and self-expression.

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Lockdown Blues? Professor Karalis performs his magical literary jazz in 'The Glebe Point Road Blues'

We revisit a literary work on the suburb of Glebe from our favourite  polymath Professor Vrasidas Karalis. It has been described by critics as ‘ingenious and soaring in its unique angle of vision…powerful, even visionary writing, from one of our most interesting, distinctive and challenging voices.