Konstantina Georganta studied at the Universities of Athens, Greece, and Glasgow, UK, and authored Conversing Identities: Encounters Between British, Irish and Greek Poetry, 1922-1952. In 2014, she and the architect Kanelia Koutsandrea created the website athensinapoem.com dedicated to the collection and dissemination of material on Greek urban poetics. She also manages akindofclock.com where she gathers material on Greek poetry translated into English. Her first poetry collection, Rakosyllektēs Chronos was published in 2015. Her research interests include British and Irish modernism, modernism and Hellenism, diaspora and migrant narratives, urban poetics, and translation. She has published critical pieces on T.S. Eliot’s Mr Eugenides, the dynamic dialectics of 1922 Smyrna in Eric Ambler, Jeffrey Eugenides and Panos Karnezis, William Plomer’s 1930s Greece, Louis MacNeice’s 1950s Athens and Lefteris Poulios’ Beat poetics. She is a book reviewer and has short pieces of literary criticism published in Greek periodicals and newspapers.