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ACG Alumnus Mexis’ first English novel an ode to flat-track motor-racing
PIERCE alumnus Loukas Mexis’ (’01) Flat Track, his debut novel in English, captures the essence of flat track racing today. It is a mostly fictitious account, mixed with some personal experiences, of a boy growing up in California and coming of age by competing in the oval track races, inspired by the legends of the 1960s and ‘70s.
ACG alumna Vasiliki Markaki’s Discovering the Ancient Treasures of the Olive
Vassiliki Markaki (PIERCE ’01) hopes to inspire kids to learn though a number of fun activities outlined in her book Discovering the Ancient Treasures of the Olive, by Fish publications.
ACG alumna Liana Kallierou presents two books at ACG
Liana Kallierou (PIERCE ’58, DEREE ‘88), presented her two books The Journey of Women after Forty (by Kastaniotis publishers, also published in English in 2011 by AuthorHouse Publishing) and Man, the Beloved Stranger (by Pataki Publications) at ACG on December 4 at DEREE’s John S. Bailey Upper Level Library – an event organised by ACG’s Office of Development & Alumni Relations & the ACG Alumni Association.