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Patricia Felisa Barbeito

Contributor

Patricia Felisa Barbeito

Patricia Felisa Barbeito is Professor of American Literatures at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her translations include Their Smell Makes Me Want to Cry by Menis Koumandareas, co-translated by Vangelis Calotychos (Birmingham Modern Greek Translations, 2004); The Interrogation by Elias Maglinis (Birmingham Modern Greek Translations, 2013); and The Great Chimera by M. Karagatsis (Aiora, 2019).

Articles by Patricia Felisa Barbeito

“Imagining Our Own Death”: On Writing Times of Crisis
By Amanda Michalopoulou & Patricia Felisa Barbeito
Amanda Michalopoulou's latest novel, God's Wife, was published by Dalkey Archive Press in Patricia Felisa Barbeito's translation late last year. In today's interview, the author…
From “God Tells Them All”
By Sotiris Dimitriou
Sotiris Dimitriou’s novels and short stories are known for their focus on the underside of contemporary Greek society, in particular the experiences of an immigrant underclass. Importantly, they…
Translated from Greek by Patricia Felisa Barbeito
Nazif the Turk from Ioannina
By Vassilis Gkourogiannis
The last car—let’s call it the leader’s—flashed its headlights, and the signal was relayed from car to car all the way to the first in line, which was then responsible for promptly finding…
Translated from Greek by Patricia Felisa Barbeito
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