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Fotini Tsalikoglou

Fotini Tsalikoglou

Born in Athens, Greece, Fotini Tsalikoglou studied psychology at the University of Geneva. She is the author of many celebrated novels published in Greece, including Eros Pharmakopoios, I Dreamed I Was Well, and I, Martha Freud. The Secret Sister is her English language debut. Email:

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  • If Johnson's novel examines the secrets kept by a community, Fotini Tsalikoglou's The Secret Sister (trans. Mary Kitroeff, Europa Editions, £8.99) focuses on those nurtured by a single family. Thirty-something American-Greek Jonathan Argyriou is travelling to his family's homeland...
    — Jan 22 2015
  • The Secret Sister by Fotini Tsalikoglou, book review: Journey into a nightmare Saturday 17 January 2015 Suzanne Joinson Just as numerous American writers rushed to tackle 9/11 in fiction, contemporary Greek writing is currently awash with interpretations of “the...
    — Jan 17 2015
  • Greek tragedies: The Secret Sister is a novel about the impossibility of escaping the past Lucy Scholes January 15, 2015 The Secret Sister is the Greek ¬author Fotini Tsalikoglou’s first novel to be translated into English. At just more than 100 pages, it’s...
    — Jan 15 2015


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