So many books, so little time… Just in time for National Book Month, here are some new Greek books we’ve recently learned about. Add them to your reading list!
In his latest memoir, Elias Kulukundis reveals what it’s really like be the scion of a Greek shipping family. It’s not what you think. Read our review.
Tamar Hodes’ The Water and the Wine is a biographical novel about artists living on Hydra in the 1960s, including the late Leonard Cohen. Read our review.
Chasing Petalouthes, the final book in the ‘The Gift Saga’ trilogy by Effie Kammenou, focuses on the younger generation as they come of age, face challenges, & more. Read our review.
Welcome back to the Author Spotlight! Meet PhilHellene Rob Johnson and learn about why he moved to Greece, and about his work.
Annie Liontas’ debut novel, Let Me Explain You, takes a comedic look at a Greek-American family saga. Read our review.
Grammy-winning producer and avid record collector Christopher C. King shares his discovery of the music and heart of Epirus, in a new book released today.
In Martin Luther, Eric Metaxas busts some old myths and reveals how our world was shaped so profoundly by this humble 16th century German Monk. Read our review.
Greek-American Author Marianne Aleck traces her family history to reveal a story worthy of a soap opera. Learn about The Liberty Club and read our review.
Greek-American author Diana Tarant Schmidt pens a fantasy exploring what happens to people when they die. You never imagined “life after death” like this. Read on!
Welcome back to the Author Spotlight! This time, we put Grecophile John Manuel in the spotlight. Meet him and learn about his books set in Greece.
After 6 years of crisis in Greece, there is a resurgence of activity in the Greek book market. It’s the dawn of a new age. Learn more!