Greek Book Fair 2023: A celebration of Greek Australian literature and culture

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The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), in collaboration with the Greek-Australian Cultural League and the Hellenic Writers’ Association of Australia, has announced the forthcoming Greek Book Fair 2023.

This literary event is scheduled to captivate book enthusiasts on November 25 and 26 from 11 am to 5 pm at the Greek Centre (Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale Street, in Melbourne).

The Greek Book Fair 2023 promises to be a lively celebration of Greek Australian literature and culture, offering a unique platform for over 30 Greek Australian authors, bookshops and publishers to present and share their literary works with the Greek community and the broader public.

Event Highlights

  • Meet the Author: Authors will share their literary insights and engage in discussions about their work, providing an exciting opportunity for attendees to connect with their favorite writers.
  • Book Launches: Authors will unveil their latest literary creations, which will also be available for purchase.
  • Book Signings: Have your books personally signed by your cherished authors.
  • Book Awards: On Saturday afternoon, the winners of the GACL Book Awards will be announced.

The official inauguration of the Greek Book Fair 2023 will take place at 11:30 am on Saturday, November 25.

The Greek Book Fair 2023 promises to be a literary event like no other, where authors, readers, and book lovers come together to celebrate the rich tapestry of Greek Australian literature.

Come along on November 25 – 26 and pick up the perfect gift for Christmas!

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