Phoebe Giannisi is the author of eight collections of poetry, including Chimera (Kastaniotis, 2019), and, most recently, Thetis and Aedon (Kastaniotis, 2021). A 2016 Fellow of the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University, Giannisi is a professor of architecture at the University of Thessaly, and coeditor of the literary journal FRMK. Her work focuses on the borders between poetry and performance, theory and representation, and explores the concept of polyphony though text, multimedia, and creative archiving. She has translated ancient Greek lyric poetry as well as the poetry of Barbara Koehler, Gregor Laschen, Jesper Svenbro, and André Pieyre de Mandiargues. She lives in Volos, Greece.