Richard Pine is Director of the Durrell Library of Corfu and author of Lawrence Durrell: The Mindscape. His books include The Thief of Reason: Oscar Wilde and Modern Ireland (1995), The Disappointed Bridge: Ireland and the Post-Colonial World (2014), Greece through Irish Eyes (2015) and Minor Mythologies as Popular Literature (2018). He has edited Lawrence Durrell’s novels Judith and The Placebo and a two-volume edition of his Endpapers and Inklings: Uncollected Prose 1933-1988. He is a guest lecturer at the Ionian University, a columnist for The Irish Times and Kathimerini, an obituarist for The Guardian, and editor of the online journal C.20.Vera Konidari holds a BA in English Language and Literature from the Aristotle University, Greece and an MSc in Film Studies from the University of Edinburgh. She has lectured in Film Studies at the Ionian University, and is currently a teacher of English at the 1st High School of Corfu. She is widely published as a translator and her recent works include a translation into Greek of Theodore Stephanides’ poems The Golden Face and Lawrence Durrell’s The Magnetic Island (both 2019).