Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke

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Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke (Greek: Κατερίνα Αγγελάκη-Ρουκ; born 1939, Athens, Greece) is a Greek poet.


Anghelaki-Rooke received grants from the Ford Foundation in 1972 and 1975. She studied at the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. She was a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer in the United States in 1980 to 1981.[1] She taught at Harvard University, University of Utah, and San Francisco State University.[2] She won the Greek National Prize for Poetry in 1985 and 2012. She was a panelist at the Prague Writers' Festival in 2004 and 2008.[3][4]


  • Le Grand guide de la Grèce, Translated Dominique Saran, Gallimard, 1996, ISBN 978-2-07-071420-9
  • Enantios erotas, Translated Ingemar Rhedin, Axion edition, 2005, ISBN 978-91-973556-3-6
  • Les ruses d'Ulysse, Inventaire, 2004, ISBN 978-2-910490-61-4
  • Entre ciel et terre, Eugène Van Itterbeek, Editions Les Sept Dormants, 1997, ISBN 978-973-9280-40-2
  • Když končí den, i v těle se stmívá, Festival spisovatelů Praha, 2008, ISBN 978-80-86173-15-3
  • Dans le ciel du néant, Translated Michel Volkovitch, Editions Al Manar, "Voix vives de la Méditerranée", 2012.
  • Beings and things on their own, tr. K. Anghelaki-Rooke & J. Willcox (1986).

Works in English[edit]



  • Alain-Jacques Lacot, "Souffle suspendu", Le Magazine Littéraire, n°521, July–August 2012, p. 46.

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