Erato Ioannou is a writer from Cyprus. Since the publication of her first book Cats Have It All (Armida, 2004), her work has appeared in journals and anthologies around the world. Her most recent collection Not in the Ornamental Teapot was published in September 2020. The collection includes her short story ‘Deserted’, which was shortlisted for the 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. Not in the Ornamental Teapot was translated into Spanish. The Greek translation will be out in the coming months by Govostis Publishing House in Greece.Read More →
Ann Driessen (67) is the author of five books. Ann studied Communication Sciences at the University of Leuven, is married, has two daughters, and one grandson. She was a freelance journalist for newspapers and magazines for thirty years and wrote more than 4000 articles for newspapers and magazines.
She’s lived in Hasselt, Leuven, Veurne, Sedrata (Algeria), Antwerp, Amersfoort (the Netherlands). In 2008, Ghent became her home base. There, she gave a different twist to her life: she became an author and volunteer. Ann combines writing blog posts and books with volunteer work for several non-profit-organizations.Read More →