Christopher Xenopoulos Janus
Pen Name: None
Birth Year: 1911
Place of Birth: Charleston, West Virginia
Died: February 19, 2009 in Wilmette, Illinois
Christopher Xenopoulos Janus started his writing career as a reporter for the Chicago Daily News.
Biographical and Professional Information
In addition to his writing Christopher Janus was a business consultant, entrepreneur, a Government employee (Economic Assistant to the U.S. State Department, and a delegate to the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation agency Conference.
- The Search for Peking Man, MacMillan, 1975
- Miss 4th of July, Goodbye, Sheffield Books, 1989
- What They Always Wanted, Sheffield Books, 1989
- Around the World in 90 Years, Sheffield Books, 2003
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
The search for Peking man
Release Date: 1975
Miss 4th of July, Goodbye: A Novel Based on the Life of Niki (born Xenopoulos) Janus
Release Date: 1985-10
Around the World in 90 Years: The Lifelong Best of Christopher Xenopoulos Janus: A Unique Treasury of Stories, Essays & Commentaries
Release Date: 2003
What They Always Wanted
Release Date: 1989-02
Carl Sandburg Literary Award Best Fiction 1989, for, "What They Always Wanted".
Friends of Literature Award-Best Fiction for, "Miss 4th of July, Goodbye.
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
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