Dimitris Apergis was born in Larisa, Greece, in 1978. He graduated in BA (Hons) Film Studies in the UK. Currently, he lives in Greece.
He writes fiction novels. So far, he has published three novels in Amazon and Smashwords. All three of his books have received literary awards by various widely recognised institutions in Greece such as the Panhellenic Association of Writers.
His writing basically relies on fiction and suspense. His stylistic approach prompts the reader to ponder over concepts such as ‘reality’, ‘life’ and ‘death’ leading him to explore existential questions and discover meanings through a purely personal philosophical perspective.
‘Gerard & the father’ (2018)
♦ First Literature Award by the Panhellenic Association of Writers, 2018
♦ First Literature Award by the Hellenic Culture Association of Cyprus at the 8th International Literature Contest, 2018
‘At the Whiskey County’ (2017)
♦ First Literature Award at the 7th International Literature Contest held by the Hellenic Culture Association of Cyprus under the aegis of UNESCO, 2017
‘Jazz Room’ (2015)
♦ Second Literature Award by the Panhellenic Association of Writers, 2015
Dimitris has also received awards for some of his short stories:
♦ Praise from the Panhellenic Association of Writers for his short story 'Labyrinth', 2013
♦ First Literature Award from the 'MONITOR' Press for his short story 'Acid Rain', 2012