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Expatriate experiences: Migrant stories have broad relevance

Stephen Smooker speaks with Vasso Kalamaras about her latest collection Expatriates: contemporary Australian tales.

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Book review: Someone Else’s War by Phil Kafcaloudes

Elliot Giakalis reviews the book Someone Else’s War by Phil Kafcaloudes the story of Phil’s grandmother Olga in World War II

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The lost culture of Byzantine Europe

The Eagle Has Two Faces: Journeys through Byzantine Europe is a recently released ‘travelogue’ by Alexander Billinis, exploring the remnants of the Byzantine.

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The Island Everyone Wanted

The Island Everyone Wanted – An illustrated History of Cyprus is a beautifully illustrated book that captures the island’s fascinating history in a way that will appeal to young an

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Book review: Dreams of Clay, Drops of Dew

Hariklia Heristanidis reviews the book Dreams of Clay, Drops of Dew

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Is there still a market for Literature with a capital L?

John-Paul Hussey talks to author Angelo Loukakis about For The Patriarch

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Some like it hot and smart: Joyce’s Ulysses

John-Paul Hussey looks at the June 16 anniversary of James Joyce’s famous novel Ulysses

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Book review: Greece’s ‘Odious Debt’

The Looting of the Hellenic Republic by the Euro, the Political Elite and the Investment Community by Jason Manolopoulos

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Calling all literary minds

Submissions are now open for a Greek-Australian Cultural League’s literary competition

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Greece, The Hidden Centuries by David Brewer

William Gourlay reviews the book about Greece’s hidden centuries