In Waiting for Aegina, the latest in The Gift Saga by Effie Kammenou, lifelong friends stick together through love, loss, tragedy, and new beginnings.
In his book, The Many Faces of Hellenic Culture: Greek Culture Outside Modern Greece, Billy Cotsis Explores Hellenic culture around the globe.
In the historical novel, Hidden in Plain Sight, Karen Batshaw paints a vivid picture of Nazi brutality in WWII Greece and the plight of Greek Jews.
The next book in the Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Series, Santorini Caesars, will be out September 6. You won’t want to miss this one.
In his latest book, Historian Alexander Rassogianis reveals what sparked the entrepreneurial spirit of Greek immigrants in Chicago.
Welcome our new book reviewer, Peg Karadimas! In her debut review, she tells us about The Ebb, the first book in a trilogy by Effrosyni Moschoudi.
In Wings of Wax, Author Apollo Papafrangou explores a young man’s Greek-American experience through the lens of his own life.
In his book, First Passage, author Elias Kulukundis examines the duality of the life of a Greek-American child of immigrants, while coming of age.
Greek American teacher Alexander Kapotas recently published the interactive book, The Gods of Olympus to enhance student learning of Greek mythology.
Set on a Greek island, Dario Ciriello’s latest novel Black Easter, delves into the worlds of good and evil — and the intersection. Meet Dario Ciriello Dario Ciriello was born and raised in London, to Italian parents, with roots in Turin and Piemonte. “At the time there was discrimination against Southern Europeans. I was the only Italian kid in my school. Italy lost the war — on the wrong…