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Who is Alexis Stamatis?
Alexis Stamatis is a well-known Greek novelist, and poet born in Athens, Greece. He studied Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens and took postgraduate degrees in Architecture and Cinematography in London. He has published eleven novels. His second novel, Βar Flaubert, a critically acclaimed bestseller in Greece, has been published in UK, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Serbia and Bulgaria. Bar Flaubert has been adapted as a screenplay by the author and the director Vassilis Douvlis. Stamatis has also published six books of poetry. His second book, The Architecture of Interior Spaces, was awarded the Nikiforos Vrettakos Prize in 1994. Τwo collections of his poems have been translated in Great Britain. He wrote the libretti for two musical pieces by the composer Theo Abazis, performed in Megaron Mousikis and the Chora theatre. In 2004, he participated at the world-famous International Writing Program of the University of Iowa through a Greek Fulbright Artists & Art-Scholars Award.
- born in (56 years ago) in Athens, child of Betty Arvaniti
- ethnicity: Greeks
- education: National Technical University of Athens
- profession: Architect
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Travel adventures and international themes abound in texts by Alexis Panselinos , Theodoros Grigoriadis, Alexis Stamatis, and Ioanna Karystiani. A very similar tendency is visible in the post-Yugoslav novel, where after the crippling wars the ...
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Alexis Stamatis introducing 'Innerview'
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