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Reading Greece

Reading Greece

Reading Greece is a series of interviews featuring Greek writers and other stakeholders of the Greek book market. It forms part of Greek News Agenda, issued by the Public Diplomacy Secretariat of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs

6 days ago

Reading Greece
📣 LAST CALL!Application deadline is approaching - 10 days left to applyTHESSALONIKI BOOK FAIR FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM (15-18/5/2024)A 4-day professional program, during the book fair (16-19 May 2024), offering participants the opportunity to meet the Greek #book publishing world. The aim is to create a networking forum for #publishers, editors, license officers, and literary agents from all over the world. 2-day professional panels and seminars program included.👉 For more info: forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=EHI8xq-tP0OEFEW9-Ri_Q7VeavCihHZGv5MFimf1bmxUMldQQTJFQ...Thessaloniki Book Fair / Διεθνής Έκθεση Βιβλίου ΘεσσαλονίκηςΕλληνικό Ίδρυμα Πολιτισμού / Hellenic Foundation for Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Reading Greece
📚GEORGE SEFERIS: THE MAN, THE POET, THE DIPLOMAT📚On February 16 and 23, 2024, the permanent exhibition of the Embassy of Greece in London "George Seferis: The Man, the Poet, the Diplomat" will open its doors to visitors at the Hellenic ("Ambassadorial") Residence in London (51 Upper Brook Street, London, W1K 2BT).Launched on October 24, 2023, on the 60th anniversary of the announcement of the Nobel Prize Award to George Seferis, the exhibition is articulated around three sections representing qualities - two particular and one universal - which the leading Greek author loyally served throughout his life. Those of the #poet, the #diplomat and the man (human being).At the historic "Seferis Office", where the Greek Nobel laureate and diplomat lived and worked during his tenure as Ambassador of Greece to the United Kingdom (1957-1962), visitors will have the opportunity to discover through a series of objects (photographs, personal items, drawings, official and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, Greek and foreign editions of Seferis' works, etc.) aspects of George Seferis’ work, life and personality, as well as to learn more about his deep and lasting relationship with the United Kingdom.👉Find out more about the exhibition: www.mfa.gr/uk/en/the-embassy/news/february-2024-opening-dates-and-hours-for-the-permanent-exhibit... 📸John KolikisGreece in UK ... See MoreSee Less
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