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GERARD & THE FATHER - Dimitris Apergis

Gérard's relationship with his father is a peculiar one. His father is old, grumpy, alcoholic, chauvinist, homophobic, overbearing, sexist, foulmouthed. There is however a problem considerably greater than that. Gérard's father is actually dead. Which means that Gérard is either having hallucinations or he's going through some transcendent metaphysical experience. Whatever this may all be, he will set out to discover the solution to his mystery with the assistance of his family and of psychiatrist Dr Isabelle Pinot.
A suspenseful and romantic tragicomedy about life, death, love, loss, despair and... murder.
"Gérard & the father" received two awards:
1) The First Literature Award from the Panhellenic Association of Writers in 2018.
2) The First Literature Award at the 8th International Literature Contest held by E.P.O.C. (Hellenic Culture Association of Cyprus) under the aegis of UNESCO.

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Dimitris Apergis was born in Larisa, Greece, in 1978. He graduated in BA (Hons) Film Studies in the UK. He lives in Greece. 

Dimitris has received multiple awards for his literary work.

In 2018 he received the First Literature Award from the Panhellenic Association of Writers for his novel "Gerard & the father". 
Additionally, in 2018 his novel "Gerard & the father" also received the First Literature Award at the 8th International Literature Contest held by E.P.O.C. (Hellenic Culture Association of Cyprus) under the aegis of UNESCO.

In 2017 his novel ‘At the Whiskey County’ received the First Literature Award at the 7th International Literature Contest held by the Hellenic Culture Association of Cyprus under the aegis of UNESCO.

In 2015 his novella ‘Jazz Room’ received the Second Literature Award from the Panhellenic Association of Writers. 

In 2013 he received a Praise from the Panhellenic Association of Writers for his short story "Labyrinth".

In 2012 he received the First Literature Award from the MONITOR Press for his short story "Acid Rain". 

 

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