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First known date: 1992 Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Writing the Greek Diaspora
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This series aims to nurture, study, translate and disseminate literary works by Greeks of the diaspora.

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y separately published work icon Dimitris Tsaloumas : A Voluntary Exile : Selected Writings on His Life and Work Helen Nickas (editor), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 1999 Z668595 1999 anthology criticism biography interview review 'This edited volume on acclaimed Greek-Australian poet Dimitris Tsaloumas is a ‘polyphonic’ response to his work, consisting of essays, reviews and interviews . The book is bilingual (English and Greek) and begins with an introduction by the editor, in English and Greek. The pieces that follow are by Greek diasporic critics (Helen Nickas, Mimis Sophocleous, Michael Tsianikas and Stathis Gauntlett) while English-speaking critics from Australia, England and the U.S.A include Judith Rodriguez, David Tacey, John Barnes, Matt Simpson, John Lucas, Gillian Bouras and Djelal Kadir. The book includes two reflective pieces by the poet himself and two interviews, all providing a fascinating insight into the poet and his work.' (Publisher's blurb) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 1999
y separately published work icon Migrant Daughters : The Female Voice in Greek-Australian Prose Fiction Helen Nickas , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1992 Z27315 1992 single work criticism biography Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1992
y separately published work icon He Thealle : Poiese Thealle : Four Narrative Poems Erma Vassiliou , Bundoora : Owl Publishing , 1993 Z1501564 1993 selected work poetry Bundoora : Owl Publishing , 1993
y separately published work icon Dimitris Tsaloumas Reads a Selection of His Poems in Greek and English Ho Demetres Tsaloumas Diavazei Poiematon tou Sta Hellenika kai Angelika Epiloge Dimitris Tsaloumas , Helen Nickas (editor), Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1994 Z984425 1994 selected work poetry Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1994
y separately published work icon The Earth is Hollow Dimitris Tzoumacas , Canberra : Leros Press , 1988 Z107532 1988 selected work prose Collection of experimental prose pieces unified through the use of one central character. : 'You may never have read a book quite like this before. It is a book of - what? Sketches perhaps? Short pieces at any rate, poetic and penetrating. Some naturalistic, some fantastic, some in the form of fables for our time, some in the form of surrealistic anecdotes' (Inside front cover of bilingual edition.). Athens : Ekdoseis Kanake , 1994
y separately published work icon Re-Telling the Tale : Poetry and Prose by Greek-Australian Women Writers Helen Nickas (editor), Konstandina Dounis (editor), Bundoora : Owl Publishing , 1994 Z497027 1994 anthology short story drama extract poetry Bundoora : Owl Publishing , 1994
y separately published work icon Alexia : A Tale of Two Cultures Antigone Kefala , Sydney : John Ferguson , 1984 Z893940 1984 single work novel young adult Alexia : A Tale for Advanced Children Melbourne : Owl , 1995
y separately published work icon Allochthona Topia : Greek-language Poetry from Australia and Canada Helen Nickas (editor), Stephanos Konstantinides (editor), Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1998 Z1377679 1998 anthology poetry 'In this anthology the editors have selected for inclusion nineteen Greek-language poets from Australia and Canada, who best document, in literary terms, the migrant experience of the latter half of the twentieth century in their respective countries of settlement. These poets have established a strong literary presence through their distinctive styles or perspectives and have helped invigorate the use of the Greek language outside the geographical borders of Greece. The poets from Australia include Vasso Kalamaras, Dina Amanatides, Dimitris Tsaloumas, Yota Krili, Stylianos Harkianakis, Erma Vassiliou and from Canada, Yiorgos Thaniel, Vissarion Hatzidavid, Christos Ziatas, Stephanos Konstantinides and Thalia Tassou.' (From publisher's website). Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 1998
y separately published work icon Poems Poiemata Antigone Kefala , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2000 Z1187763 2000 selected work poetry Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2000
y separately published work icon Olympias : Mother of Alexander the Great Vasso Kalamaras , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2001 Z974022 2001 single work drama Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2001
y separately published work icon Diphoros Karpos Poems: Greek Selections Dimitris Tsaloumas , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2001 Z1453658 2001 selected work poetry Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2001
y separately published work icon The Island Antigone Kefala , Sydney : Hale and Iremonger , 1984 Z100322 1984 single work novel L'ile To Nisi Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2002
y separately published work icon Triptych : Poems Yota Krilli , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2003 Z1734796 2003 selected work poetry 'Triptych, by the bilingual poet Yota Krili, includes three collections of poems, which were written over a period of several decades. They tell the story of the (immigrant) woman and her life's journey in three parts: Patchwork is a group of poems, as fragments, reflecting the rich diversity of life; Memories vividly evokes people and events of a past in Greece and Laya is a poetic exploration of the migrant experience.' (Publisher's blurb) Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2003
y separately published work icon The Bird, the Belltower Peter Lyssiotis , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2005 Z1225156 2005 selected work poetry Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2005
y separately published work icon The Earth is Hollow Dimitris Tzoumacas , Canberra : Leros Press , 1988 Z107532 1988 selected work prose Collection of experimental prose pieces unified through the use of one central character. : 'You may never have read a book quite like this before. It is a book of - what? Sketches perhaps? Short pieces at any rate, poetic and penetrating. Some naturalistic, some fantastic, some in the form of fables for our time, some in the form of surrealistic anecdotes' (Inside front cover of bilingual edition.). Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2005
y separately published work icon Mothers from the Edge : An Anthology Helen Nickas (editor), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2006 Z1349339 2006 anthology prose short story autobiography biography drama Mothers from the Edge is an antipodean anthology about mothers and daughters, consisting of (auto)biographical fiction, fictionalised (auto)biography, memoirs, short stories, plays. These are all new works by twenty-eight women writers in Australia, with a Greek background, or connection. What they all share is the mother-daughter bond, interwoven with the common thread of migration. What they all show is that the pleasure and pain associated with having two (or more) cultures in their life is profoundly challenging and enriching. (Back cover.) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2006
y separately published work icon Gynaikes ton Antipodon : Ellinoafstralezika Diigimata Helen Nickas (editor), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2008 Z1734819 2008 anthology poetry 'This anthology contains translations into Greek of twelve short stories originally published in the anthologies Re-telling the Tale (1994) and Mothers from the Edge (2006). These stories by first- and second-generation Greek-Australian women writers depict the female migrant experience in all its manifestations and in a variety of styles and forms. The twelve writers included are: Jeanna Vithoulkas, Antigone Kefala, Venetia Kefalianou, Angela Costi, Despina Michael, Eleni Nika, Toula Nikolaou, Zeny Dorati-Giles, Konstandina Dounis, Vasiliki Nihas, Vicky Tsaconas, Eugenia Tsoulis.' (Publisher's blurb) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2008
y separately published work icon Max : The Confessions of a Cat Antigone Kefala , Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2009 Z1734810 2009 single work novel

'Max: The Confessions of a Cat is a modern fable whereby the protagonist Max - a philosophising cat - is observing the humans around him with much perspicacity and wry irony. As humans do not seem to pay much attention to 'other' voices, Max is determined to change things. ' (Publisher's blurb)

Melbourne : Owl Publishing , 2009
y separately published work icon Athina and Her Daughters : A Memoir of Two Worlds Eleni Frangouli- Nickas , Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2010 Z1734684 2010 single work biography 'This memoir tells the story of a Greek mother and her five daughters, and their journey through all of the 20th century from Greece – with its rural and urban traditions, politics, occupations and civil wars – to migration in Australia where the daughters come for a better life. Through a polyphonic narrative, it lets the women speak in their own voices and tell their own stories about the impact of major events in their lives.' (Publisher's blurb) Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2010
y separately published work icon Dreams of Clay Drops of Dew : Selected Poems Dina Amanatides , Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2011 Z1838646 2011 selected work poetry

Dreams of Clay Drops of Dew contains two hundred poems, including the very short poems known as “Scattered Thoughts”, and translated into English by Konstandina Dounis, seeks to acquaint the English-speaking readership with the beauty of her work and the wide range of her thematic preoccupations. [From the publisher's website]

Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2011
y separately published work icon Σημειωμενες Λιαφανειες Nikos Nomikos , George Mouratidis (translator), Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2016 10446186 2016 selected work poetry Brighton : Owl Publishing , 2016

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