Marios Dimitriadis grew up in a small village in Greece and he studied agronomic sciences in Aristotle University. He is one of the founders of the fantasy festival Fantasmagoria in Thessaloniki. He released four books, “Dark Days”, through “λογείον” publishing, “Embracing the Erebus” through “Το ανώνυμο βιβλίο” publishing, “The blessed ones” through Bell publications and “At the bridge of the lost souls” through Likofos Publications. The last of them was written together with the author George Damtsios. He has participated in 8 short story compilations and took several awards in stories contests. He likes heavy metal music, horror movies and traveling and he also writes for his own column in the horror site Nyctophilia. He lives in Thessaloniki with his wife where he works as an author and a guitar teacher.
George Damtsios was born in 1978, in Naoussa, Greece, where he lives with his wife Anastasia and their two children.
Apart from writing, he also likes reading books, doing sports and listening to heavy metal music.
He was a founding member of the Fantasmagoria fantasy festival in Thessaloniki.
He regularly writes articles on the site nyctophilia.gr.
He makes seminars of creative writing in his hometown.
His debut novel, “Until his dying breath” was released in November 2015, from Momentum publications.
In March 2017, he released his second novel “The triptych of wishes” (Pigi publications).
In September 2017, he released by Likofos publications the novel “At the bridge of the lost souls”. It’s a novel written together with author Marios Dimitriadis.
In April 2018, he released “The Metal Chapters Vol. 1”. (Pigi publications). It’s a book/CD project and it is written together with author Marios Dimitriadis.
In July 2018, he released the short stories collection “Secrets in twilight” (Likofos publications).
In November 2018 he released his third novel “Dark Veil” (BELL publications).
In October 2019 he released his fourth novel “Domestication” (BELL publications).
He has also participated in nine compilations, all in Greece, taking first place in a contest among 130 participants.