[ Wherever I Stand, I am a Stranger ]
Greeks in foreign lands. In the other Greece. In the world. They called them Gastarbeiters; they themselves are the only ones to know the weight of this word. The tale of Odysseus about the journey of need. It is all in the journey: Survival, adjustment, the love of life. And mainly, the incessant longing for home. Greeks from foreign lands. A pilgrimage to the land of the fathers. Reality with no illusions. The little Greece with its magic and misery, and its own Gastarbeiters, an acquisition of this past decade. Tales of Greeks of the big journey and the countless adventures. Europeans without borders. Narratives of the much-desired homecoming. Not one pebble stirring in the lake. A suggestive, uncompromising and outspoken vernacular, which takes us directly back to the roots of modern Greek literature.