Stephanos Papadopoulos

Stephanos Papadopoulos is the author of three poetry collections: The Black Sea (Sheep Meadow Press, November 2012), Hôtel-Dieu (Sheep Meadow Press, 2009), and Lost Days (Leviathan Press, UK / Rattapallax Press, NY; 2001). He is editor and co-translator (with Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke) of Derek Walcott’s Selected Poems in Greek, published by Kastianiotis Press, 2007. He was awarded a Civitella Ranieri Fellowship for The Black Sea.


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