Themata Logotechnias
"Themata Logotechnias", the prominent quarterly magazine of theory and criticism of literary works, was presented with the National Literature Award of 2014. The magazine has just completed its 19th year of continuous publishing. Its 53 issues have been home to over one thousand essays, articles, studies and critiques which have accompanied students, literary craftsmen, academics, learned men and everyday readers in their journey through Greek and international literary works. 

To date the journal has provided us with  special reviews focusing on Greek and foreign classic authors  such as Odysseus Elytis, Miguel de Cervantes, Constantine P. Cavafy, Nikos Kazantzakis, Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky, Kostis Palamas, Pandelis Prevelakis, Yiannis Ritsos, George Seferis, Angelos Sikelianos, Leo Tolstoy as well as providing us with insightful articles on a wealth of contemporary authors, such as Mitsos Aleksandropoulos, Manolis Anagnostakis, Giorgos Gavalas, Giorgos Georgousis, Yannis Dallas, Andonis Dekavalles, Jakovos Kambanellis, Yannis Kiourtsakis, Thanasis Kostavaras, Christoforos Milionis, Sokrates Skartsis, Costas Sterghiopoulos, Andreas Frangias, Kyriakos Charalabides, Maria Lampadaridou-Pothoum Christopher Milionis, Socrates Skartsis, Costas Stergiopoulos, Andrew Fragias, Kyriakos Charalambidis.

Its pages have set off literary gems of many renowned old and new, Greek and foreign authors, academics, writers and poets. The high caliber and quality of the journal is evident if we look at the small representative list of the authors and associate contributors which includes names like Galina Alexeyeva, Margaret Alexiou, Stylianos Alexiou, Christos Alexiou, Mario Vargas Llosa, T.S.Eliot, Alexis Ziras, Sonia Ilinskaya, Eratosthenis Kapsomenos, David Connolly, Michalis Meraklis, Tatiana Michailova, Nikolai Mikhailovich Bachtin, Sergei Belov, Peter Bien, Sergei Bocharov, Walter Puchner, Loudmila Saraskina, Guy Saunier, Lydia Stefanou, Luis Garcia Jambrina.

Nowadays, through the internet, a most significant change is taking place in the manner scientific journals, books and articles are published and circulated. There is a new international scientific chart in cyberspace, full of bibliographies and relevant databases, where unfortunately Greece has a negligible presence.

We strongly believe that our contemporary digital reality, and more particularly the difficulties imposed by the crisis we are experiencing, makes it imperative to defend and promote the humanitarian, cultural and literary studies to the maximum extent possible. The “Themata Logotechnias” is a quality vehicle which can highlight and assist significantly towards this end. To this effect we have created a rich DIGITAL LIBRARY which renders the contents of the journal available instantly to the public, while it provides extensive possibilities of detailed searches and promises continuous enrichment with new literary data. Our goal is therefore to present the average reader as well as the more experienced researcher with a valuable tool under the terms and conditions described below.

Our Digital Library includes both free and non-free articles. Subscribers of the print edition have free access to all articles by use of free coupons. For all other users, the cost of the non-free articles is 3,00
- per article, paid by credit card. All articles are available for browsing online or for downloading in PDF format and are for personal use only.