Department of English
Alexis Stamatis, a highly celebrated Greek writer, is the author of six books of poetry and seven novels. The most well known of these novels, Bar Flaubert, was a national best-seller in Greece, made into a screenplay, and published in Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Serbia, and Bangladesh. For his second book of poetry, The Architecture of Interior Spaces, Stamatis received the Nikiforos Vrettakos Prize (1994). Stamatis will be promoting his newest novel, American Fugue, across the United States over the next two months.
Praise for Alexis Stamatis
"one of the most gifted writers of his generation" (Francoise Noville, Le Monde).
Dr. Rich Gillin poses for a picture with students Jordan Goldfarb 11' and Lindsey Porambo 11' at the Stamatis reading.
Copies of Alexis Stamatis' novel, "American Fugue", ready to be sold and signed.
Alexis signs copies of his book for WAC students.