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Book Talk: “A Recipe for Daphne” with Nektaria Anastasiadou (virtual)
September 28, 2021 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Nektaria Anastasiadou’s debut novel, A Recipe for Daphne, was published by Hoopoe, the fiction imprint of the American University in Cairo Press, in February 2021. Nektaria is the 2019 winner of the Zografeios Agon, a prestigious Greek literary award founded in nineteenth-century Constantinople. She is currently developing the winning short story into a novel written in the Istanbul Greek dialect. Nektaria speaks Greek, Turkish, English, French, Spanish, and Italian. She lives in Istanbul.
Sponsored by Duke Libraries, Duke University Middle East Studies Center, and the Duke Islamic Studies Center.