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Greek Writer Ersi Sotiropoulos to Teach at City University of New York

Ersi SotiropoulosAcclaimed Greek novelist and poet Ersi Sotiropoulos is the new Harman Writer in Residence at the City University of New York. Credit: Facebook/Ersi Sotiropoulos

Ersi Sotiropoulos, the famed prize-winning Greek poet and novelist, has been named writer-in-residence at Baruch College’s Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, part of the City University of New York.

Taking her position this Spring, Sotiropoulos will be the first Harman Writer-in-Residence to work in modern Greek in the program’s 24-year history. One of Greece’s best-known and highly regarded authors, she will teach a creative fiction course at Baruch during the Spring ’21 semester.

She will be teaching and mentoring students in CUNY’s acclaimed Harman Writer-in-Residence program, which has hosted MacArthur Fellows, Pulitzer winners and other renowned writers ranging from playwright Tony Kushner to novelist Jhumpa Lahiri.

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