Antonis D. Skiathas
Antonis D. Skiathas was born in Athens, 1960, and today lives in Patras, Greece. He studied Chemical Engineering and in Master’s programs for Art Work Conservation and also for Creative Writing. He is a poet, anthologist, and literary critic. Fourteen poetry collections, and other works of his, have been published. His poems have been translated into fifteen languages and he has been anthologized both within Greece and abroad. His articles and essays on poetry, history, and education have appeared in newspapers and periodicals. He is a member of the Writers Collaboration and the Circle of Poets. In the ‘90s he co-edited the literary magazine Ελίτροχος. Subsequently he created and managed the Bureau of Poetry, the Jean Moréas awards, Culture Book (https://www.culturebook.gr/), and he is the chairman of the Greek Library of London. In 2020, the E.U.N.I.C. honored him by appointing him representative poet of Greece in the United Kingdom. He teaches poetry in two different Master’s Programs for Creative Writing. 
 European Union National Institutes for Culture
 Interdisciplinary Master’s Programs for Creative Writing, University of Western Macedonia and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
 Master’s Program in Creative Writing, University of Western Macedonia and Hellenic Open University.