Publications



Poetry

“Ανθόμελο”
MIKROKOSMOS JOURNAL


Four Poems

SOFT QUARTERLY  


“huntington” and “now, november”
GASHER JOURNAL


“revolutionary letter in the shape of honey”
MORE REVOLUTIONARY LETTERS


Two Poems
SIDEREAL MAGAZINE


Three poems

THE ADROIT JOURNAL


One poem

CREAM CITY REVIEW


Forthcoming in:

PANK






Prose

“Crux”
DENVER QUARTERLY - FIVES


“Wreath”
TIMBER JOURNAL







TranslationS

COLLECTIVE APORIA




Chapbooks


“OIKOS”
Nueoi Press          12$



“The ancient Greek word  O I K O S, (ancient Greek: οἶκος, plural: οἶκοι; English prefix: eco- for ecology and economics) refers to three related but distinct concepts: the family, the family's property, and the house.’


Written while visiting Greece this past summer, Chloe Tsolakoglou’s OIKOS signals to the eros of the quotidian & violences of the state, while contesting the linguistic entanglement of the family, the extension of property, and the question of home.”

                          – Yvés Augustin, Publisher