Theodoros Grigoriadis was born in Paleohori Kavala in 1956. He studied English Literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He taught English in public schools for 29 years. He has written 12 novels, 3 collections of short stories and two novellas. His fiction deals with history, queer identities, gender, recent economical crisis and immigration. He is a Member of the Hellenic Authors’ Society.
Conducting literature seminars, reviewer if foreign fiction.
TV presenter in a literature series (16 episodes) on the Greek Parliament’s Channel (2017-18).
Freedom of Speech Activities
Most recent participation at the Writer’s Conference in 2014 in Tunis :
Contributor to “Critical Times, Critical Thoughts
Contemporary Greek Writers Discuss Facts and Fiction” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing | Registration Number: 04333775
Most recent translated novel in Egypt in Arabic of “Alouza” 2017 by Khaled Raouf.
Novel “La loque” (2003) in France.
National Book Award 2016 for the novel “Ζωή μεθόρια” (“Life at the borderline”).