Born in Tinos, Greece in 1944, Dino Siotis has published nearly twenty books of fiction and poetry in Greek and English. He is the founder of Wire Press and the publisher and editor of eight political and literary magazines in San Francisco, New York, Boston, and Athens. Siotis regularly contributes articles on communication and the arts and book reviews in To Vima, an Athens daily.
He studied Law at Athens University and Creative Writing at San Francisco State University, following which he entered the diplomatic corps for the Hellenic Republic and served abroad a number of years in Canada (Ottawa) and the U.S. (Boston and New York) as the Director of Press and Communication.
Siotis is the founder and editor of Mondo Greco, a Greek literary magazine in English and the founder and publisher of (de)kata, a journal of contemporary Greek literature.
HCS readers may view other articles by or about him by clicking on the links below or by browsing the eponymously named section of HCS archives at the URL http://www.helleniccomserve.com/archivesiotis.html
Foreign Territory, by Dino Siotis
Dino Siotis to Lecture on the Life and Work of C.P. Cavafy
Mixed Grill or Grab Bag? A Review by Dino Siotis
Panayia of Tinos: A Presentation by Dino Siotis at St. John the Baptist Church of Boston
Dino Siotis Lectures at SNHU
Dino Siotis: A Talented Painter of Multi-hued Words
It's Cool To Be Greek
The Others are from the Balkans. A Review of Greece and the New Balkans -- Challenges and Opportunities
Children of Paradise. A Review by Dino Siotis
New Issue of Celebrated Literary Journal to Focus on Greek-Americans
The Olympics and Globalization
Finalists Announced for the Athens Prize for Literature
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