Panos Ioannides  

PANOS IOANNIDES was born in Famagusta, Cyprus, in 1935. He studied Mass Communication and Sociology in USA and Canada. Works of his have been translated and published in their entirety on in parts in several languages. In 1992 and 2009 he received two major Awards for the entirety of his work and in 2007 the Award for Excellence in Letters of the Cyprus Republic. He has been honored with many awards and distinctions including: Four First National Prizes for his novels Census and The Unbearable patriotism of P.F.K. and for his collection of short stories: Cyprus Epics and The Unseen Aspect. He is the President of the Cyprus PEN Centre. 


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