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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... November 2018 of Neos Kosmos est. 1957- Neos Kosmos
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* Contents derived from the 2018 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Koraly Dimitriadis Is No Longer Angry, Nikos Fotakis , single work column
'Look up Koraly Dimitriadis’ name – say, in a standard google search – and you’re more than likely to see a variation of the word ‘angry’, or ‘anger’ associated with the poet.' (Introduction)
Koraly Dimitriadis Explores Cultural Repression in Latest Book, single work column
A Work of Greek Australian Literature Gets a Second Life, through a Vibrant Translation, Kaiti Alexopoulou , single work column

'Dina Amanatides is a prolific writer whose literary works have spanned for over 60 years, encapsulating a variety of themes written in different genres, short stories, theatrical plays, haiku, poetry and scattered thoughts or aphorisms. Dina first published the Greek version of Human Characters, Ανθρώπινοι Χαρακτήρες, in 1997, 21 years ago. How timely, her work has come of age and seen the light of day, once again, this time in the English language.' (Introduction)

Where Is Ana Kokkinos?, Con Stamocostas , single work column

''Ana Kokkinos’s work in film has centred on the outsider, especially in terms of sexuality and what it is to be Greek Australian told in exhilarating and, at times, brutal truth.'  (Introduction)

The Story of TV Icon Adriana Xenides, Narrated in Musical Form, Nikos Fotakis , single work column

'Eight years after her death, not many people remember Adriana Xenides and fewer still see her as an icon. As for how many think of her as a bigger than life, operatic personality, this number may be reduced to one person – Clare Watson.' (Introduction)

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