I’m a hungry writer. I often write about food. Or about family and food. Or culture and food. I contribute regularly to Leite’s Culinaria and have also been published in the pages of New York Restaurant Insider and Pastry Art & Design. When not writing about culinary topics, I tackle literary criticism, personal essays on a variety of themes, and fiction. My work has appeared in Deus Loci (the journal of the International Durrell Society), The SUN, and The Same.

I’ve also written two book-length manuscripts of fiction: My original novel tells the story of three generations of women and the migration from Greece to America that drives them apart. My translation into English of the French novel Clair de femme, by Romain Gary, charts the emotional journey of a man who loves his wife beyond reason but who must nevertheless let her go, helping her face a terminal diagnosis of cancer.

Below you’ll find the beginnings of my clickable, visual gallery of published work.