Read “From Turin to Toronto” in The Usonian

This week in The Usonian, I wrote about my recent presentations in Turin and Toronto—on Doxiadis Associates’ historic city planning activities in Nigeria, and the ghost city of Varosha in Cyprus, respectively.

It was such a privilege to discuss my work in these incredible places. I am grateful for the support of AISU and the MGSA in supporting my travel.

Read the newsletter here.

Read “On Fallingwater and ‘Tales from the Deep'” in The Usonian

My short story “Falling”—a ghost story inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s construction of Fallingwater—has just been published in Flying Ketchup Press’ fiction anthology “Tales from the Deep,” available from Amazon in paperback and ebook.

You can learn more about the historical background to the short story in the latest post of The Usonian newsletter. Read it here.

Read “The Usonian Interviews, No. 14: Cypriot poet and writer Stephanos Stephanides on ‘The Wind Under My Lips'” in The Usonian

This week in a crossover post in The Usonian and The Cyprus Files, an interview with the accomplished Cypriot poet Stephanos Stephanides on his book-length work of poetry and memory fiction, The Wind Under My Lips—a book the engages deeply with the author’s Cypriot identity and the recent history of Cyprus.

Thanks for reading!