Andreas Timotheou was born in Larnaca in 1990. He studied Science of Education at the University of Cyprus for which he was awarded scholarships and continued with postgraduate studies on Language Teaching. He is currently working as a teacher at a Primary school. He is a poetry and short story writer and has already published seven poetry collections and one short story collection: “For a moment and an eternity” (2011), “Everything I’d like you to know” (2013), “The flowers of light” (2014), “Poems” (2016), The days of August” (2016), “Stories of lace” (2016), “Wanderer on the border of Eden’’(2019), “The supper of the body’’(2021). His poetry and short stories have been translated into English, French, Italian, German, Serbian, Slovenian, Turkish, Arabic and Chinese and have been published in several literary magazines and anthologies. One of his short stories represented his country in the action Flash Europa 28 of the European Union Delegation in China, in cooperation with the literary agency Bookworm. In 2012 he was awarded with a prize in the memory of the teacher, Popi Papachristoforou-Kyriakopoulou, from the University of Cyprus and a year later he was honored with the award of Andreas Karayian commemorating Carmela Karayian for his cultural contribution. In 2016 he was awarded by the Union of Writers of Cyprus in a bi-communal poetry competition.