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Manolis' "Nostos and Algos" translated into Hungarian

Manolis' poetry book "Nostos and Algos", Ekstasis Editions, Victoria, Canada, 2012, translated into Hungarian by Karoly Csiby, professor of the Dunaujvaros University, Hungary, has been published in Bratislava,... more

Double Book Launch: "Autumn Leave" and "Purple Haze"

Double Book Launch with Wine and Cheese Reception for Candice James' "Purple Haze" & Manolis' "Autumn Leaves" takes place on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 1:30-3:30pm... more

Press Release: Purple Haze

Libros Libertad announced, today, the publication of Purple Haze, a collection of poetry by Candice James.... more

Press Release: The Tragic Marriages of Doctor Geneva Song

Libros Libertad announced, today, the publication of The Tragic Marriages of Doctor Geneva Song, a novel by Robert N. Friedland.... more

Manolis' "George Seferis–Collected Poems" shortlisted for Greek National Literary Awards

Manolis' "George Seferis–Collected Poems" has been shortlisted for the Greek National Literary Awards, the highest literary honour in Greece.... more

Manolis' Übermensch released in Austria

Manolis' bilingual (English/Greek) reverie about his own spiritual journey in Übermensch (Ekstasis) has been translated into German and published by Windrose publishers in Austria.... more

"Bringing Greek poetry to the far ends of the globe"

the last few days I received from Canada an unexpected gift. Manolis Aligizakis' latest achievement: Yannis Ritsos' poetry translated by Manolis. A book of selected poems presented in both Greek and English,... more

Time of year for royalties

For authors: Royalties over $20.00 will be mailed out soon. Royalties of lesser amount will be retained until next year.... more

Manolis translates "Three Greek Poets" on

Manolis presents his translations for poems by Thessaloniki-based Cloe Koutsoubelis and Alexandra Bakonika, as well as the giant of 20th century poetry, Yannis Ritsos.... more

Manolis' Ubermensch reviewed on

Ubermensch, by Manolis Aligizakis is the most difficult and most philosophical poetry book I have come across. And rightfully so since it is identified with Nietzsche's "Ubermensch" so much in the plot... more