Elias Maglinis is a journalist and novelist living in Athens. Born in Kinshasa, PRC, to Greek parents, he grew up in Glyfada and studied in England and Scotland. He published his first novel Body by Body in 2005. His 2013 novel The Interrogation (University of Birmingham), was translated by Patricia Felisa into English and made into a film. The non-fiction novel, I am what I have forgotten, a True Story (2019), was awarded the Greek National Prize for Fiction and the Public Booksellers Award. For over 2o years he’s been a writer and editor at the Kathimerini newspaper.