Delphine Gauthier-Georgakopoulos is a middle-aged writer, teacher, wife, mother, nature & music lover, foodie, dreamer. She has a weird sense of humour, loves butter, needs coffee, and hates easy opening packaging. She smiles and bakes too much.
Originally from Brittany, she grew up in the French Alps before moving to Wales to study, and Northern England to work. She now lives in Athens, Greece.
After a seventeen-year hiatus, she returned to writing in 2022 when she fell in love with Flash Fiction. She is currently editing her debut historical novel Laundry Day.
She enjoys writing that is emotional, vivid, honest.
Lost in Landscapes by Rachel Canwell
A Single Memory Remembered Differently by Sunitra Singam
Seas of Static Between Stations by Mathew Gostelow
She also has a thing for dark humour.
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Portrait by Eric Gauthier