A personal account of her long and successful career, penned by journalist Emmy Panagou, features a galaxy of personalities under the title «The Glory of the Ephemeral.» Published by Kedros as part of the publishing house’s «Biographies» series, the new book follows 35 years in the world of journalism. Illustrated with plenty of archival material, «The Glory of the Ephemeral» follows two parallel worlds as the sphere of her private life spills into that of the public. A veteran journalist covering cultural affairs, Panagou entered the milieu during the male-dominated industry of the 1960s. In the book, she shares memories, experiences, moods and atmospheres as well as the joy of meeting a plethora of personalities who left their mark on postwar Greece. Among them Manos Hadjidakis, Yiannis Ritsos, Tzeni Karezi, Constantine Karamanlis, Manos Katrakis, Dimitris Horn, Alexis Minotis, Elli Lambeti and Mikis Theodorakis are but a random selection as the list is long and covers both the domestic and the international spectrum.