full of coffee,
to the fictitious line
where the eddy
to my silence.
Dimitris P. Kraniotis is an award-winning Greek poet. He was born in 15 July 1966 in Larissa prefecture in Greece and he originates from Stomio (Larissa) in central Greece. He studied Medicine at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He lives and works as a medical doctor (internal medicine specialist physician) in Larissa (Greece).
He is the author of 9 poetry books: “Traces” (in Greek, Greece 1985), “Clay Faces” (in Greek, Greece 1992), “Fictitious Line” (in Greek, English and French, Greece 2005, “Dunes” (in French and Romanian, Romania 2007), “Endogram” (in Greek, editions Malliaris Paedia, Greece 2010), “Edda” (in French and Romanian, Romania 2010), “Iluzione”(in Albanian, Romania 2010), “Leaves Vowels” (in Italian, Pluriversum Edizioni, Italy 2017) and “Tie of Public Indecency” (in Greek, Kedros Publishers, Greece 2018). Also he is the Editor-in-chief of the international anthology in english “World Poetry 2011” (205 poets from 65 countries). He was invited and he has participated in several International Poetry Festivals. He has won many international awards for his poetry which has been translated in 25 languages and published in books, anthologies & magazines in many countries around the World.