Dinos Siotis was born in Tinos, Greece, in 1944 and studied law at Athens University and creative writing at San Francisco State University. A poet, novelist and literary critic, he lived in California, New York, Boston and Canada for 25 years where he edited and published eight literary and or political magazines in English and Greek. He has published twenty books of poetry and fiction in English, French and Greek. His poems have been translated into eight European languages and Chinese. In 2007 he received in Athens the State Prize for Poetry for his book Autobiography of a Target (Kedros Publishers, 2006). He writes book reviews for To Vima, a Greek daily. He has been the editor of the literary review (de)kata since 2005.
Foreign Territory. California: Philos Press, 2001. 72pp.
Part Time Paradise. Oakville: Mosaic Press, 1988. 82pp.
So What, translated by: John Chioles, Th. Frangopoulos, Loukas N.Skipitaris, Thanasis Maskaleris. San Francisco: Panjandrum Press, 1972. 60pp.
Le solstice des anges, translated by Gérard Augustin. Paris: L’ Harmattan, 2006. 63pp.