Author: Phoebe Giannisi

Phoebe Giannisi is one of Greece's foremost contemporary poets, and is the author of six books of poetry, including HOMERICA (Kedros, 2009) and, most recently, Rhapsodia (Gutenberg, 2016). Giannisi is a co-editor of FRMK, a biannual journal of poetry, poetics, and visual arts, and she has translated Ancient Greek lyric poetry as well as poetry by Gerhard Falkner, Barbara Koehler, Gregor Laschen, Jesper Svenbro, and Andr� Pieyre de Mandiargues. A 2016 Humanities Fellow of Columbia University, Giannisi is an associate professor at the University of Thessaly. Her work focuses on the borders between poetry and performance, theory and representation, and investigates the connections of poetics with body and place. She lives in Volos, Greece.

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World Poetry Books

Poetry. Women's Studies. Greek Studies. Translated from the Greek by Brian Sneeden. For the first time in English—a volume of poems by one of Greece's foremost poetic voices. Phoebe Giannisi's HOMERICA offers a contemporary Odyssey of loss, longing,...

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