Andrea Applebee

Andrea Applebee is an editor, writing coach, and poet living in Athens, Greece. Her first book of poems, Aletheia, was published by Black Square Editions last year.


Her Rage: A Conversation about Women’s Anger in Greek Myth and Drama by Andrea Applebee

  Erika Weiberg is an assistant professor of Greek language and literature at Florida State University. She is writing a book about women in Greek tragedy.   Erika Weiberg: There are two related questions being raised now by feminist thinkers about anger. How are women treated differently than men when […]


Aletheia: Reflections on Poetic Knowing by Andrea Applebee

    Aletheia is a Greek word often translated as ‘truth’, ‘unforgetting’, ‘unconcealedness.’ While in modern greek, it is used to confirm or express agreement, as in its rueful English parallels, ‘so true’ or ‘really?’, its etymological source is layered and elusive: combining the privative «A» (un-) with «lethe», a […]


Dominae and Domains: Cumberland Island’s Strong Women by Andrea Applebee

  I feel as saucy as ever—not only because I am independent but because I have gained complete triumph...ah how sweet is revenge.—Catherine Greene Miller   Twisting oaks, feral horses, spiny saw palms, coasts rich with turtles’ nests and the grand ruins of Carnegies: part national seashore, part private property, […]