BOOKS AND POEMS 

 

Greta published two novels. Her poems have been published in many anthologies. The shipping news is a recent volume of her work. She is also a prolific essayist, and her work can be found on academia.edu and liveencounters.net. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association and the London Voices Poetry Group. 

The Defeat Of Gilgamesh

ISBN-13: 978-1528978521

Enheduanna, High Priestess in the city of Ur, tells the story of Inanna, Goddess of love and war and the hero Gilgamesh. It is the year 2450 BC. Inanna's grandmother, the Goddess Ishtar, determines that Inanna must rescue the privileges and high status of women and sends her on a voyage together with a friend and a eunuch.

Under Charred Skies

ISBN-13: 978-1504990189

Lene is deeply involved in the cultural awakening of the arts and civil rights after Ww1 when the fateful Nazi tyranny tears her life apart. Betrayal and desolation almost destroy love and solidarity enjoyed by the women at the time.

The Shipping News and Other Poems

ISBN-13: 978-1524635251

Recent and not-so-recent poems, reflections, and refractions on nature, love, politics, and ideals.

The Intimacy of the Universe: Die Intimitat des Universums

ISBN-13: 978-0954948320

 

 

Published by London Voices in 2016, this is Great's first anthology containing poems in English and German. The volume discusses love, politics and the Envoindment in England and in Germany and since its publication, is more relevant than ever.

Unter verbranntem Himmel

ISBN-13:978-3945187388

 

 

Unter verbranntem Himmel is the German edition of Greta's first novel Under Charred Skies, an artistic approach that follows the life of Greta's mother: Lene is deeply involved in the cultural awakening of the arts and civil rights after Ww1 when the fateful Nazi tyranny tears her life apart. Betrayal and desolation almost destroy love and solidarity enjoyed by the women at the time.

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