Rhapsody, Athens (Gutenberg) 2016. (in Greek)

What can we understand today as lyric? The book Rhapsody stitches together six groups of works written about now: time, instant, season, change, transformation, rythm, passage, space, decay and death.
Through these themes, Rhapsody negotiates in a variety of forms the issue of of the writing subjects' position and their relationship with the voice, singing, and reading. The book starts with prose poems / monologues, passes into small and longer pieces, borrowed and new, to come to the last part of the book in poems-essays that represent performance scores.