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The Heart and Its Reasons

The Greece we all know, and the Greece we don’t, come together in these nine short stories through a variety of settings, characters, and moods. Uncannily — in what becomes in effect a project testing the possibility of ‘writing Greece’ — the old and the new, the expatriate and the local, the refugee and the emigrant, loneliness and aloneness, the fragrance of herbs and the stink of prejudices, course through the sentences of this book to create a Greece that appears attractive, multilayered, soaking in history, strangely haunting, as well as familiar. 219 more words


Ports of Amorgos Island (Cyclades) - Katapola, Egiali

Longitude: 25° 51′ 45″ E
Latitude:    36° 49′ 39″ N

Postal Code: 84008
Tel: +30 22850

Port Authority Station
Tel: +30 22850 71259, Fax: +30 22850 22219… 25 more words


Amorgos et sa terrasse paradisiaque


Me voici maintenant à Amorgos, sur la terrasse d’un appart´ à la vue… superbement magnifique.
Au dessus de cette terrasse, il y a un petit moulin; en dessous il y a la mer bordée d’une plage de 2 mètre de large sans personne; et dessus il y a une table bleue et deux chaises. 46 more words

Croquis De Jour

Greek Week [Amorgos]

Our third port was Amorgos.  The moment we stepped off the boat, we were welcomed into a local seafood restaurant.  The table was set and within minutes it was piled high with plates of octopus, calamari, hand other Grecian dishes. 160 more words


Adam says I’m not sick. Who knows for sure? (chapter XIV)

“OK, what it is I like really is women’ass. The most beautiful thing in the world is a female nude body and, among her, the ass in general, the anus in particular, is to me the most exciting and desired part”. 2,088 more words

Adam Says


Photo by Kyriaki Dragona