About me

 

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BeFunky_IMGstella2014a.jpgStella Pierides is a writer and poet born in Athens, Greece. She now divides her time between Neusaess, Germany and London, England. In her heart, she lives somewhere on the Aegean coast. She is married and has two adult daughters.

Stella trained as a psychotherapist and worked at a crisis center and in private practice in London, UK for many years. More recently, Stella gained an MA in Literature. For the last few years, she focuses on writing prose and poetry. She project manages the Per Diem: Daily Haiku feature of the The Haiku Foundation.

Stella has had work published in numerous print and online journals and anthologies. She has co-edited and contributed to “Even Paranoids Have Enemies” (Routledge, 1998) and “Beyond Madness” (JKP, 2002). Recent books: “Feeding the Doves” (Fruit Dove Press, 2013 – short stories and haibun), and “In the Garden of Absence” (Fruit Dove Press, 2012 – poetry) for which she received the Kanterman Merit Book Award 2013 (3rd place) for books published in 2012.

Stella’s collection on the theme “Haiku of the Senses” appeared in the The Haiku Foundation’s Per Diem: Daily Haiku feature, March 2012, and can be viewed in the THF Per Diem Archive here.

First poetry book “In the Garden of Absence,” here

Stella enjoys walking around the Bavarian lakes and rivers, the Swabian flatlands, or strolling on the North Norfolk coast and along the Thames.

Member of English PEN, the Haiku Society of America, and the British Haiku Society. The link to Stella’s entry on the The Haiku Foundation‘s Haiku Registry site is here

Other places for her work:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stella.pierides

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/stellapierides

Stella’s Stoneshttp://stellasstones.tumblr.com

Haiku Matters: and here

Pinteresthttp://pinterest.com/stellapierides/pins/

Diogen, Sept 2012, http://diogen.weebly.com/uploads/4/6/8/8/4688084/stella_pierides_germany_united_kingdom.pdf

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  1. […] Refugees and migrants are risking their lives to enter Europe illegally. Wouldn’t you, too, if you had to fight for a better life? asks writer and poet Stella Pierides. […]

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