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Nektaria
Anastasiadou

Nektaria Anastasiadou is the 2019 winner of the Zografeios Agon, a Greek-language literary award founded in 19th-century Constantinople. Her writing has appeared in Al-MonitorDaily SabahMashallah NewsThe Shanghai Literary ReviewRuminate, and other literary journals. She received an honorable mention in Ruminate’s 2015 Short Fiction Contest and Glimmer Train’s Spring 2017 New Writer Contest. She lives in Istanbul and A Recipe for Daphne is her debut novel.

Nektaria Anastasiadou is the 2019 winner of the Zografeios Agon, a Greek-language literary award founded in 19th-century Constantinople. Her writing has appeared in Al-MonitorDaily SabahMashallah NewsThe Shanghai Literary ReviewRuminate, and other literary journals. She received an honorable mention in Ruminate’s 2015 Short Fiction Contest and Glimmer Train’s Spring 2017 New Writer Contest. She lives in Istanbul and A Recipe for Daphne is her debut novel.

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