Paulos Ioannou

Paulos Ioannou is the author of four full-length poetry collections written in Greek. His Greek poetry is greatly influenced by the tragic events in Cyprus and the inter-communal strife between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, which was masterfully orchestrated by our esteemed democratic western powers for their military and geopolitical interests in the area.
Aeolus House published his first full-length poetry anthology in English "The Age of Hydra” in early 2009. "The Age of Hydra" was translated into Spanish.
He lives in Toronto and he was the Chair of the Planning Group for the International Day of People With Disabilities from 2005 to 2010 organized on behalf of the City of Toronto in support of the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities and the originator of the “Invitation to Poetry” and “Invitation to Art” segments of the celebration. As well he is the author of the Disability Anthem “We have a long way to go” sung during the celebration in the presence of the Honourable David Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
He is also the editor of the “Monday Nights at Butler’s Pantry” anthology featuring four poets: Honey Novick, Naomi Hendrickje Laufer, Don Stabler and Joan Sutcliffe.
His latest poetry anthology "The Torontonians, the good, the bad and the other" published by CAN/CYP publications in July 2010 is dedicated to Toronto and each section portrays a facet of our city.

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