Greek authors in Britain and their writing

Greece in Britain, a nationwide series of events illustrating the wealth and diversity of contemporary Greek culture, continues with a round-table discussion by five Greek writers who live and/or work in or near Oxford. Talking about the experience of being a Greek writer living in England and the ways in which this influences creative writing will be Nikos Athanassou, novelist and short-story writer; Angela Dimitrakaki, novelist; Panos Karnezis, fiction writer; Eugene Trivizas, children’s literature writer, and Eleni Yiannakakis, academic and novelist. Professor Peter Mackridge will chair the discussion. Aria Sandis and Amy Enticknap will present a dramatized version of «Pegasus and Mendios,» a story by Trivizas. (Today at 7.30 p.m. at the Grove Auditorium, Magdalen College, Oxford; free entrance.) Greece in Britain 2003 is a series of events presented by the Hellenic Foundation for Culture on the occasion of the Greek presidency of the European Union. For information: [email protected]