Costas Nisiotis

The Greek poet and writer Costas Nisiotis has lived in England for 35 years. He is the author of two collections of poetry, When the lights go out (2009), Evening Rain (2010), a collection of epigrams, Linear Scripture (2010), a collection of short stories, The Epitaph (2010), and a selection of French lyric poetry translated into Greek (2011). He has translated into Greek the Prose poems of Baudelaire, the Prophet of Khalil Gibran, Oscar Wilde’s Salome and Poems in Prose and four novels by Joseph Roth. He has also compiled and translated into Greek an anthology of Søren Kierkegaard’s works, The Sting of Existence, due to appear in 2012.

Books by Shoestring Press

After the Equinox