A hospital visit in modern Greece! The English Patient

Mrs Rogers, a member of our Kefi club in Worcester recently wrote this letter in our magazine after her experience in Greece.  She has allowed me to reproduce it.  It gives some idea of the problems faced by this distressed country. But nothing thankfully dims the Greek kindness and hospitality and warmth. God bless them.    […]

What is Wrong with Angela Merkel?

Another of Richard Devereux’s great poems!!  Richard recently won a first prize at the Dead Poets Slam held at the Bristol Poetry Festival with his take on the great Greek poet Yiannis Ritsos.  He explored some of Ritsos famous poems as well as reading out some of his own.  I love them all but wanted […]

Some hilarious anecdotes: Metaxas makes a big mistake

  General Ioannis Metaxas became Prime Minister and dictator in Greece during 1936-1941.  It was an upsurge of dictators at that time much as now. At various periods of history it seems that an energy arises which tries to restrain a liberal period of letting go and relaxing, morals degenerating perhaps but having some fun […]