Dr Efrosini Camatsos has been teaching Modern Greek and English literature at universities in Athens since 2003. Her interests include nineteenth and twentieth-century women writers, feminist theory, and immigrant fiction. Her The Female “I” in Modern Greek Prose Fiction, 1924–1962 was published in 2013, and her first novel in 2010 (Athens: Livanis).Dr Tassos A. Kaplanis is Assistant Professor of Modern Greek literature at the University of Cyprus. His research interests include early modern Greek language and literature, and comparative and interdisciplinary studies. His latest book is Ioakeim Kyprios’ Struggle: A Narrative Poem on the ‘Cretan War’ of 1645–1669, Editio Princeps (2012).Dr Jocelyn Pye has taught Modern Greek from the Enlightenment to postmodernism at the University of Cambridge. Her own field of research is avant-garde prose fiction of the 1930s, on which she has published a number of essays. She is an experienced editor and translator.