Adrianne Kalfopoulou is Associate Professor of Language and Literature at Hellenic American University/HAEC in Athens, Greece. Her publications include two poetry collections, Wild Greens and Passion Maps, from Red Hen Press and scholarly work on Sylvia Plath in Women’s Studies and Plath Profiles. Her essay collection, Ruin, Essays in Exilic Living deals with crisis moments that explore in Rachel Hadas’ words “…not only cities but states of mind and soul in a pulsing, fraying time.” Awarded Room magazine’s prize in nonfiction for 2011, and a “Notable Essay of the Year” in Best American Essays, Adrianne engages meanings of “exilic” and how it feels to live in cities emblematic of late capitalism. Read more here: http://redhen.org/a-little-bird-told-me-summer-updates-from-adrianne-kal.... She has taught creative writing and literature in the Creative Writing Program at New York University, and at the University of Freiburg.
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