STEFANOS DANDOLOS

STEFANOS DANDOLOS was born in Athens in 1970 and made his first literary appearance in 1996 with the novel September’s Sleepwalkers. In 2004 acclaimed Greek author Pavlos Matesis characterized him as the most important Greek writer of his generation and in 2009 Dandolos received the Botsis Award for his overall work in prose, in the presence of the President of the Republic of Greece. Dandolos has written nine books, of which the novels Narcissuses and Cannibals, The Last Swan and Nero – I, a God, were translated and successfully published in Italy in 2006. His short stories have been included in anthologies and literary reviews abroad, while in 2008 he represented Greece at the Young Writers’ World Festival in Seoul. The Devil’s Dancer is his eighth novel and the first to be published by PSYCHOGIOS Publications.

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