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December 4, 2017

When technological developments finally allowed me to choose a live radio station for my alarm clock, I had no dilemmas: my day would start off with the gentlest voice on Greek radio. It is the voice of the internationally renowned pianist and, since 2003, radio producer Dionysis Malouhos, on the Hellenic Bro...

December 4, 2017

Seven Greek readers who live and work outside of Greece talk to us about their relationship with literature and books, the difficulty of getting hold of Greek books abroad, how they keep up to date with new releases, and explain their own reading habits and the reading habits of their fellow city-dwellers.

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November 1, 2017

The woman who gives voice to Jo Nesbo’s stories in Greek is a poet, with the curriculum vitae and the academic studies of an all-around polymath, and an exuberant personality that’s hard to hide, even if – like me – you’ve never met her in person. In a state of constant leave-taking, due to her “conscious cra...

October 25, 2017

I happened upon a newspaper article a couple of days ago, regarding the large numbers of Greek migrants abroad: their renewed chances of finding work, getting promoted based on merit, assuming key positions, and earning enough to live on. Their prospect of establishing new businesses, having left behind a cou...

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