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The dramatic life of Elias Demetracopoulos and his central connection to Watergate

Anthony Everett sits down with the Newton author of “The Greek Connection” to hear the fascinating story of the Greek journalist at the heart of an untold story of the Watergate scandal. Originally aired on September 11, 2020. Click here to watch.


How An Intrepid Greek Exile, The CIA And The Boston Globe Nearly Kept Richard Nixon Out Of The White House,

A new book by James H. Barron profiles the improbable life and career of Elias Demetracopoulos. Opinion: Dan Kennedy Interview, August 26, 2020. Read the full interview here.


Anna Eliopoulos Interview with James Barron, Author of the book “The Greek Connection”. Originally aired September 15, 2020. Click here to listen.


Click image to see a message from Kaktos CEO Yannis Leventis

Greek Edition Announced. Kaktos Publications CEO Yannis Leventis and Melville House co-publisher Dennis Johnson announced on 8 October 2020 that prestigious Kaktos Publications will publish the Greek edition of “The Greek Connection.”

“We’re delighted to see this book published in the first language of its subject, and hope it contributes to a lasting appreciation of Elias Demetracopoulos in his homeland.” Dennis Johnson, Melville House co-publisher.


MA Book Bites 2020 | Nonfiction Presenters

On November 14–15, 2020, the Boston Book Festival is teaming up with Massachusetts Center for the Book for Book Bites, a bonanza weekend of local literature, featuring authors from across the Commonwealth, in all genres, introducing readers to their latest books in a fast-paced series of bite-sized videos.


Featured on WBZ Book Club with Jordan Rich. Click here to listen on iHeartRadio. Originally aired on January 8, 2021.


A UW Alum Pens an Untold Watergate Tale | Doug Moe’s Madison | January 11, 2021

“James Barron’s new biography helps Elias Demetracopoulos posthumously tell his mythic story.” Read the full interview.



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Saturday, February 13, 2021 | 10am Los Angeles | 8pm Athens