Writing





“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





“Crux”
DENVER QUARTERLY - FIVES


“Ανθόμελο”
MIKROKOSMOS JOURNAL


“Four Pieces”

SOFT QUARTERLY  


“huntington” and “now, november”
GASHER JOURNAL


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


“Two Poems”
SIDEREAL MAGAZINE


Translations:

COLLECTIVE APORIA


Forthcoming in:

Timber Journal