The Sydney Greek Festival and UTS Journalism and Writing proudly present the Australian Greek Writers Festival. A day dedicated to books recently published in English by Australian Greek writers this Sunday, June 12 at the Prince Henry Center in Little Bay.
Although very different in style and content, all the books are united by common themes of migration, displacement and identity.
During the day, the launch of the digital publication of Children of the Revolution will also be introduced. A publication that presents the ideas of identity and place and what it means to be Greek in the Diaspora.
“It’s a unique opportunity for the writers to connect with their readers and find themselves in conversation. And while their work is incredibly different, they have a common inspiration and theme – our Greek heritage,” said the Sydney Greek Festival President, Nia Karteris.
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The sessions will last 45 minutes, including questions from the audience. Books will be on sale and authors available for signings.
- What: Greek-Australian Writers Festival.
- Where: Prince Henry Centre, 2 Coastal Road, Little Bay.
- When: Sunday, June 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- 10h00-10h45- Peter Prineas | Wild Colonial Greeks
- 11h00-11h45- Nina Angelo| Don’t cry, dance
- 12h00-12h45- Children of the Revolution | Launch of the digital publication
- 1:00-1:45 p.m. – Andrew Pippos | Fortunate
- 2:00 p.m.- 2:45 p.m. – Cassi plate | Monster and Colossus
- 3:00-3:45 p.m. – Peter Papathanasiou | Stoning
- 4:00 p.m.- 4:45 p.m.- George Paxinos | A Divided River
For more information on the program and to book tickets for certain events, please visit www.greekfestivalofsydney.com.au