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Yannis Kondos (Greek: Γιάννης Κοντός) (b. Aigio 1943) is an award winning Greek poet. He read Economics at the University of Piraeus (then Higher School for Industrial Studies). He founded the bookshop Ηνίοχος in 1971, along with Thanassis Niarchos. Since 1975, he has been working for Kedros publishers. He has also been professor of poetry for Kostas Kazakos' School of Dramatic Art.

He belongs to the so-called Genia tou 70, which is a literary term referring to Greek authors who began publishing their work during the 1970s, especially towards the end of the Greek military junta of 1967-1974 and at the first years of the Metapolitefsi.

He was awarded the State Prize for Poetry for his collection, Absurd Athlete in 1998. His work has been translated into English, German and Danish.


Poetry

Περιμετρική (Circular Route), 1970
Το χρονόμετρο (The Chronometer) , 1972
Τα απρόοπτα (The Unforeseen), 1975
Φωτοτυπίες (Photocopies), 1977
Danger in the Streets, tr. J. Stathatos (1978) [English translations of selected poems]
Στη διάλεκτο της ερήμου (In the Dialect of the Desert), 1980
Τα οστά (The Bones), 1982
The Bones: selected poems 1972-1982, tr. J. Stone (1985)
Ανωνύμου μοναχού (By an Anonymous Monk), 1985
Δωρεάν σκοτάδι (Gratuitous Darkness), 1989
Στο γύρισμα της μέρας (At the Turn of Day), 1992
Όταν πάνω από την πόλη ακούγεται ένα τύμπανο (When a Drum is Heard over the City), selection, 1992
Ο αθλητής του τίποτα (Absurd Athlet), 1997
Πρόκες στα σύννεφα (Pins in the Clouds), 1999
Η υποτείνουσα της σελήνης (The Moon's Hypotenuse), 2002
Δευτερόλεπτα του φόβου (Seconds of Fear), 2006

Prose

Τα ευγενή μέταλλα (The Noble Metals), 1994
Αριστείδης, ο μικρός ιπποπόταμος (Aristeides, the Little Hippopotamus), for children, 2001
Τα Χριστούγεννα έρχονται (Christmas is coming), 2004
Τα ευγενή μέταλλα ΙΙ (The Noble Metals II), 2005

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