Book Launched! Book Launch Sale! Blog Posts Launched! Papadiamandis Conference!

Book Launched

It’s with great joy that I’m able to officially announce that Greece’s Dostoevsky: The Theological Vision of Alexandros Papadiamandis is now available! We’ve been hard at work promoting the book, and will continue to do so in the coming weeks. (Please tell everyone you know about it!)

Book Launch Sale

As you’ll notice on the book’s page, you can order the book for up to 50% off during the Book Launch Sale, which will last until October 17th.

The sale prices are as follows: retail: $18.70/book, bulk rate: $11/book (for 5 or more copies, mix & match if you’d like).

Blog Posts Launched

I have written a series of four blog posts regarding Greece’s Dostoevsky, which will be posted on other blogs over the coming weeks, according to the following schedule:

Blog Post #1: September 30th, Byzantine, TX

Blog Post #2: October 4th, Eighth Day Books Blog

Blog Post #3: October 6th, Bombaxo

Blog Post #4: October 11th, Mystagogy

If you are interested in learning more about Alexandros Papadiamandis, and about the book, this is a good place to start!

Papadiamandis Conference

For those of you who are already fans of Greece’s Dostoevsky, you’ll be interested to learn that the Third National Alexandros Papadiamandis Conference began yesterday on the island of Skiathos. This is a particularly important year for the conference, since it’s the centenary of the writer’s repose.

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  1. Herman,
    Do you have a recommendation on an edition of Papadiamandis’s Complete Works & where to get them?


  2. Hi Lucas! Are you interested in a Greek or an English edition? Domos Publications in Athens produces the definitive Complete Works in Greek (contact info here:, and in English Denise Harvey Publications has done a wonderful job of publishing Papadiamandis’s works in translation: This is the first volume of his complete works in English: and Ms Harvey just published a new translation of Papadiamandis’s novel, The Murderess:

  3. Herman,
    Thanks for your reply; while I’m definitely interested in his works in English translation (have been thoroughly enjoying the Denise Harvey volumes), I was wondering about them in Greek. Do I understand correctly that the Triandaphyllopoulos critical edition is the set to get? Thanks!

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