Caterina Stamou is a writer and curator from Athens, Greece. She holds a BA in Communication, Media and Culture from Panteion University in Athens and a European Joint Master’s Degree in English and American Studies from Paris Diderot (Paris, France) and Ca’ Foscari (Venice, Italy). She wrote her MA thesis on the multiplicity of the female self in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictée, a research that marked her long term interest in experimental literature and artists’ books. She has worked in several cultural institutions in Europe such as the American Library in Paris where she provided research and curatorial assistance for three literary exhibitions, including Black Man Abroad: The Poetic Life of James Emanuel (2016). Her writings have been published on online and printed journals, such as JAM IT! Journal for American Studies in Italy, Desired Landscapes, A) GLIMPSE) OF) and Arts of the Working Class. She is also a member of the organizing and curating team of Athens Art Book Fair.