Georgios Gianopoulos was born in Athens in 1961. 

He is poet, novelist, essayist, and translator. 

Since 1995, he has been the editor of the cultural journal ENEKEN and of awarded books from the same edition – he has published books on philosophy, political economy, history, political theory and sociology, essays on psychoanalysis, art, literature, poetry, novels and stories. 

ENEKEN Journal has featured hundreds of Greek and foreign thinkers, litterateurs, creators from the field of politics and culture. His covers feature works of significant Greek and foreign artists.

Gianopoulos’s poetry collection titled Route was published in 2000 and the historical novel The Black Book in 2003. 

In 2010 his poetry collection titled Summer of Mortals was published and in 2015 the poetry collection Words of Death and Love. The Words of Death and Love was recorded accompanied by musicians of the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra and released in CD. His books have been illustrated by artists Kyriakos Lazaridis, Villy Gousiou, Chris Alaveras.

His articles, poems and interviews have been translated in several languages and published abroad.

Gianopoulos also runs the Cultural Venue ENEKEN, where several events take place such as art exhibitions, theatrical and cultural events, and conventions on philosophy, psychoanalysis, history, art and culture.

Gianopoulos has also translated and published in ENEKEN Journal poems and articles of Vlada Urosevikj,  Vladimir Martinovski,   Nikolina Andova Shopova, Gjoko Zdraveski, Tomislav Osmanli. 

He recorded the CD Poems on Holocaust accompanied by musicians of Thessaloniki State Orchestra and jazz musician Christos Yermenoglou. It is recited by Jannis Fertis, one of the most important Greek actors, and it is based on translations of poems referring to the Holocaust by acclaimed poets.