Maria Eliades is a Greek-American writer, journalist, editor, and researcher who lives in the New York metro area, but formerly lived in Istanbul, Turkey for six years. Maria covers politics, culture, art, literature, fashion, travel, food, and leisure in Turkey and Greece.
Her bylines include work for the Ploughshares blog, The Times Literary Supplement, The Puritan, PRI’s The World, Muftah, EurasiaNet, Versopolis, and Time Out Istanbul. You can view her Contently portfolio, or just a selection of her writings here.
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We don’t recognize the interstitial nature of womanhood often enough, but A.E. Stallings, a poet known for her twists on Ancient Greek mythology, takes on that very topic in her latest poetry collection, Like. Read my critical essay on the collection at The Ploughshares Blog.