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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 A Winter Journey / Χειμερινό ταξίδι
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Greek , English
    • Brighton, Brighton - Moorabbin area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,: Owl Publishing , 2014 .
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      Extent: 1v (unpaged)p.
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      • Launched at Collected Works Bookshop, Swanston Street, Melbourne : 18 November 2014
      • Parallel English and Greek Text.
      Series: y separately published work icon Chapbook Series Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2014- 8472970 2014 series - publisher poetry

      'The aim of the series is to showcase the diversity of poetry by emerging and established Greek-Australian poets.' (Source: Publisher's website)

Works about this Work

A Lens on Leros : The Poet as Iconographer Jena Woodhouse , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 19 no. 1 2019;

'The focus of this essay is on the presence and significance of Leros in the poetry of Dimitris Tsaloumas. Of particular interest is the quality and agency of light; and the inclusion of Greek Orthodox references and imagery in many of his poems. These corporeal and incorporeal aspects of that island are those which Tsaloumas internalised as integral elements of his identity long before he embarked on what was to be a protracted period of voluntary exile. During his years in Australia, which contributed new input to enrich and expand his personal and poetic consciousness, Tsaloumas never lost sight of his original reference points: the natural and cultural context of Leros, and the spiritual precepts with which he was imbued by the Greek Orthodox Church.' (Publication abstract)

The Leap Over the Bounds of Self Jena Woodhouse , 2015 single work biography
— Appears in: Antipodes , no. 61 2015; (p. 136-141)
'A tribute to the poetry of Dimitris Tsaloumas in celebration of two recent bilingual poetry publications honouring the poet and his art.'
Nathanael O'Reilly Reviews Angela Costi and Dimitris Tsaloumas Nathanael O'Reilly , 2015 single work review
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , no. 50.0 2015;

— Review of A Winter Journey / Χειμερινό ταξίδι Dimitris Tsaloumas , 2014 selected work poetry ; Lost in Mid-Verse Angela Costi , 2014 selected work poetry
Nathanael O'Reilly Reviews Angela Costi and Dimitris Tsaloumas Nathanael O'Reilly , 2015 single work review
— Appears in: Cordite Poetry Review , no. 50.0 2015;

— Review of A Winter Journey / Χειμερινό ταξίδι Dimitris Tsaloumas , 2014 selected work poetry ; Lost in Mid-Verse Angela Costi , 2014 selected work poetry
The Leap Over the Bounds of Self Jena Woodhouse , 2015 single work biography
— Appears in: Antipodes , no. 61 2015; (p. 136-141)
'A tribute to the poetry of Dimitris Tsaloumas in celebration of two recent bilingual poetry publications honouring the poet and his art.'
A Lens on Leros : The Poet as Iconographer Jena Woodhouse , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 19 no. 1 2019;

'The focus of this essay is on the presence and significance of Leros in the poetry of Dimitris Tsaloumas. Of particular interest is the quality and agency of light; and the inclusion of Greek Orthodox references and imagery in many of his poems. These corporeal and incorporeal aspects of that island are those which Tsaloumas internalised as integral elements of his identity long before he embarked on what was to be a protracted period of voluntary exile. During his years in Australia, which contributed new input to enrich and expand his personal and poetic consciousness, Tsaloumas never lost sight of his original reference points: the natural and cultural context of Leros, and the spiritual precepts with which he was imbued by the Greek Orthodox Church.' (Publication abstract)

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