Ginger F. Zaimis is an American poet, essayist and polymath who specializes in architectural forms. She is the Arts and Literary Chair (Greece) for the International Friends of Bibliotheca Alexandrina, The Library of Alexandria.
Her grammatology unites the intersections of contemporary modernisms, comparative literature and mythology to connect multi-disciplinary dialogues with language, history and philosophy while uniting the arts and sciences. Her work has been presented at centers for contemporary art, biennials and museums while her writing endorsed and published by The Athens Academy as well as her poetic perspectives by The National Book Critics Circle. She was PEN AMERICA’s Joyce Osterweil Poetry finalist (2014) for best, first collection.
She is the author of two collections of poetry, Prometheus Rebound and Other Mythology and Excavated Athens to Alexandria, co-author of Philosophy and Poetry with Evangelos Moutsopoulos, Philosopher of Kairicity, as well as, various essays and reviews and the architect of the poetic forms, The Portico Convention and the Triptych.
A Southerner who grew up in Charleston, South Carolina and spent her early years in New York City, she now lives in Athens, Greece.