PASCHALIS NIKOLAOU completed his Ph.D. at the University of East Anglia under an Onassis Foundation scholarship. His articles on aspects of translation studies and especially on the relationship between translation and creative writing have appeared in journals and edited volumes, as well as reviews, translations and poems in The London Magazine, MPT, Notre Dame Review, Parnassus, and The Wolf, among others. He is reviews editor of the translation journal mTm. With Maria-Venetia Kyritsi he co-edited Translating Selves: Experience and Identity between Languages and Literatures (Continuum, 2008) and, with Richard Berengarten, the selected poems of Nasos Vayenas [http://www.anvilpresspoetry.com/pages/store/products/ec_view.asp?PID=277] (Anvil, 2010) – a volume shortlisted for the Criticos Prize. He currently lives in Corfu, where he teaches literary translation at the Ionian University.