kyklà is a small imprint, a series of texts in English resonating with phenomena in the Aegean Archipelago. kyklà is a publishing organ in Athens, driven by a trans-disciplinary team, exploring critical and experimental positions in writing. With each volume in this series, we are slowly forming a catalogue of liquid forms of modernity: corporeal bodies – historical and actual, real, and imaginative.

key words: island topographies, archipelago culture, experiences in landscapes, urbanism, historical (dis)continuities, queer culture, gender equality, non-patriarchy, archaeology of moods and emotions, narratives of travel and tourism, corporeality, public health, healing, and poetry.