Thérèse Corfiatis / Breath
Thérèse Corfiatis's passion for the natural world, its shape, substance and light and her exploration of the human condition offer moments in time that she hopes resonate for her readers.
Thérèse Corfiatis / The Boy Who Loved the Moon
The Boy Who Loved the Moon is an exploration of a mother’s love. It is a love that transcends what most experience, because the respites from reality are so fleeting.
Thérèse Corfiatis / Absence of Clouds
Thérèse Corfiatis seeks out beauty and spirit in simple things: the curl of a wave, the flight of cockatoos ‘yellow-flecked tails flashing / like airborne sunflowers’ (‘Black Cockatoos’). She searches for ancestral homeland and belonging - ‘my dispossession torn away / a birthing wound healed up’ (‘The Bridge at Csíkrákos’) - and presents them to the reader with wonder, honesty and freshness.
Paul Corfiatis / My World
This insightful book is a rare glimpse into the world of autism. It tells of one man’s struggle against all the odds, in a fearful and confusing world - his aspirations, his yearning for acceptance and love, not just for himself but for the entire global family. It is a triumph of the human spirit, speaking to courage, grace and creativity, and offers inspiration to all who read it.
Thérèse Corfiatis / House of Dreams: Selected Poems
The poems selected in this book - taken from Thérèse Corfiatis’s four published books, and a Pocket Poet - convey striking images of landscape, childhood, travel and place. Some of the poems have a mystical element. Colour, light and sound weave together the threads of human experience.