Becky Dennison Sakellariou was born and raised in New England and has lived all of her adult life in Greece. Recently, she has been “making her way home” to New Hampshire in the United States, where she now spends half of every year.
Over the past twenty years, she has published in a wide variety of journals, and in 2005, her chapbook, The Importance of Bone, was published by Blue Light Press. Earth Listening was volume II in the Hobblebush Granite State Poetry Series. Her third book, What Shall I Cry?, was published by Finishing Line Press. In 2014, Hobblebush Books published The Possibility of Red, a bilingual edition of her poems translated into Greek by poet Maria Laina. Becky has won numerous prizes from individual small presses and has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Poetry Anthology.
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Becky Dennison Sakellariou
Volume II in the Hobblebush Granite State Poetry Series. “Carefully crafted with astonishing phrases and beautiful language and rhythms, Earth Listening . . . seems to me like one long prayer. I love this book.”
A bilingual edition of Becky Sakellariou's poems translated into Greek by well-known Greek poet Maria Laina.
Videos and Media
An Interview with Becky Sakellariou
Author Becky Sakellariou discusses what it's like to split her time between Greece and the USA, and how it affects her writing.
Becky Sakellariou reads "The Avocado"
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