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Ersi Sotiropoulos

Ersi Sotiropoulos

Ersi Sotiropoulos is a poet and novelist who lives in Athens, Greece. Her work has been translated into many languages, and has been awarded in Greece with the National Book Prize twice, the Book Critics’ Award and the Athens Academy Prize. She has also received the Dante Alighieri Prize for her poetry in Italy and has been shortlisted for the European Book Prize. She has written scripts for film and television and participated in exhibitions of visual poetry. Her novel What’s Left of the Night won the Prix Méditerranée Étranger 2017 in France and the ALTA Award 2019 in the US.


Ursula Kwong-Brown and Daniel Erdberg: On Boredom
JUNE 4, 2024
Mohamed Elshahed: Storytelling Between Worlds
MAY 28, 2024
Climate Change Impact: Risk and Resilience
Library Chat: Joshua DeVincenzo and Keithley Woolward
MAY 23, 2024
Anna Stavychenko: The 1991 Project
MAY 14, 2024
Venn Diagrams
Library Chat: Éric Baudelaire and Naeem Mohaiemen
MAY 3, 2024
Donetsk, Paris, and Something in Between
Library Chat: Edward Charlton-Jones and Nikita Grigorov
APRIL 29, 2024
Of Tubulins and Worms: Tales from Epigenetics
Library Chat
APRIL 16, 2024
The Art of Walking: A Conversation with William Sharpe
Fiona Sze-Lorrain
FEBRUARY 26, 2024
Maryse Condé: the un-Conformist
A conversation between Maboula Soumahoro and Pierre Force
FEBRUARY 22, 2024
The Emperor’s Lost Daughter
A conversation between John Phan and PHAN Công Tâm
FEBRUARY 19, 2024
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