Debut Greek Language Writers’ Festival unveils unique literary gems


Prepare to be captivated by the vibrant and rich tapestry of Greek literature and culture at the upcoming Greek Language Writers’ Festival.

As a pioneering addition to the esteemed 42nd Greek Festival of Sydney Program, the Greek Language Book’s Festival promises an immersive experience celebrating the beauty and depth of Greek language and literature like never before.

Featuring a dynamic lineup of literary works, carefully curated by experts in the field, the festival will showcase two remarkable books that encapsulate the essence of Greek literature. Each of these works represents a unique exploration of the human experience, resonating with timeless themes and universal truths that transcend borders and generations.

Greek Language Writers' Festival.
The Greek Language Writers’ Festival flyer.

The event showcases the following Greek language books: 

1. “Moral Continuum – Spacetime – Sisyphus and Meropi”

Author / Poet: Theodoros Dalmaris

Synopsis: This thought-provoking book, the fifth instalment in a series by esteemed poet Theodoros Dalmaris, delves into the intricacies of nature, separate from the influence of humanity. Through profound prose and poetic exploration, Dalmaris captures the complexity and creativity inherent in the natural world.

2. “Portraits of Women”

Author: Dina Tourvas

Synopsis: “Portraits of Women” is a bilingual masterpiece, offering a glimpse into the lives of 70 Greek women from Sydney and Greece. Additionally, Tourvas commemorates historical women activists renowned for their tireless efforts in advocating for humanity. Through stunning visuals and poignant narratives, Tourvas weaves together a compelling tapestry of strength, resilience, and empowerment.

The festival will commence at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, at the Greek Community Club located at 206-210 Lakemba Street, Lakemba NSW 2195. Admission to this enriching event is FREE, but attendees are required to book tickets in advance.

Event Details:

  • WHAT:  Greek Language Writers’ Festival | Greek Language Books’ Festival
  • WHEN: Wednesday 13 March 2024 | 6:00 pm
  • VENUE: Greek Community Club, 206 – 210 Lakemba St, Lakemba NSW 2195

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