Antipodes Festival Features Tsiolkas’ Life

On June 24 the English version of the last book of the academic and writer John Vasilakakos, entitled Christos Tsiolkas: The Silenced Story -...

All Open Windows Opens Doors Too

Shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, in the category of community relations, is Greek-Australian Hariklia Heristanidis' book, All Windows Open and Other Stories...

Astras’ Memories And Crazy Thoughts

Distinguished Greek painter, 83-year-old Alkis Astras' new book, Memories and Crazy Thoughts has been published in both Greek and English. He continues to create...

Doumanis On Muslim- Christian Coexistence

N. Doumanis, an academic in Australia of Greek descent, wrote the book, Before the Nation: Muslim-Christian Coexistence and its Destruction in Late-Ottoman Anatolia. The book...

Vournazos’ Book Shows Greek Women of Resistance

Nikos Vournazos pursued his studies on Literature at the University of New England, at 78 years old. Today he is 87 years old and...

Two Greeks Named Writers in Residence

Two Greeks from the Diaspora, author Christos Tsiolkas and director and screenwriter Ana Kokkinos were chosen this year by the RMIT University to share...

The Battle of Crete Untold

The unknown aspects of the Battle of Crete’s aftermath, especially for the Australians and the New Zealanders, will be presented by Ian Frazer at...

Tsiolkas’ Book Taps Aussie Swim Culture

The new book written by Greek author Christos Tsiolkas is expected to be published in October, his fifth, and five years after his previous...