Greek Book Fair 2023 to bring celebration of literature to Melbourne


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

This literary event is scheduled for 25-26 November 2023, from 11am to 5pm, hosted at the Greek Centre, located at 168 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

The Greek Book Fair 2023 provides a unique platform for Greek Australian authors, bookshops, and publishers to introduce and distribute their literary works to both the Greek community and the general public.

The program includes engaging sessions such as casual talks, insightful panel discussions, exciting book launches, exclusive book signings, and more.

Opportunities for Participation

  • Stall Reservations: Authors, publishers, and bookshop owners are invited to reserve individual or shared stalls at no cost.
  • Author Talks: Share your literary insights and discuss your work with an interested audience.
  • Book Launches: Unveil and sell your latest literary creations at the event.

How to Participate

For those wishing to partake in this literary celebration, kindly complete the participation form, accessible here:

Contact Information

For inquiries and further details regarding the Greek Book Fair 2023, please contact: 9662 2722 or via email at




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