Scott Stavrou has written fiction and non-fiction for
numerous publications in the U.S. and Europe. He is the
author of the award-winning travel book Wasted Away, the
novel On Leaving Venice, the award-winning
play Picketing With Prometheus, as well as the optioned
(Fox Searchlight) screenplays Slapping Plastic
and Changing Time Zones. He is the
winner of the PEN Center International Imitation
Hemingway Writing Award, a long-time member of the
International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association
and the Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance.
He graduated from Georgetown University with a
degree in English Literature and International
Relations and then worked as a copywriter in San
Francisco and Las Vegas and a teacher in both the US and
Europe. American born and raised, he has lived in Europe for
much of the past two decades.
His writing is represented by Marly Rusoff & Associates in New York.
Stavrou's writing has been published in the following fine publications: GQ, USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle, International Herald Tribune, Wine X, Hemispheres (United Airlines inflight), Los Angeles Times, Cigar Aficionado, Prague Post, Venice Today, Drink Magazine, Orange County Register, Sidewalk Cafe, Munich Found, Spain for Visitors, Georgetown Voice, Trips, Waukegan News-Sun, Concierge, Family Adventure Travel, Snow Country & more...