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educator , writer

Anne Alexandra Apostolides Mini, American Writer, educator. Avocations: Oscar Wilde, 18th and 19th century French liberalism, gourmandry. F C. Radcliffe scholar, 1984-1988; grantee U. Washington, 1995. Precinct committee oficer Democratic Party, Seattle, since 1996; delegate King County Democratic Control Committee, Seattle, since 1996; political campaign consultant, since 1998.


Mini, Anne Alexandra Apostolides was born on September 30, 1966 in Oakland, California, United States. Daughter of Norman and Kleo Varvara (Apostolides) Mini.


AB, Harvard University, 1988. Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy, University Washington, 1995.


Freelance writer, Seattle, since 1995. President Thesisadvisor.com, 2000—2003. Owner First Reader Editing, Seattle, since 2002.

Lecturer, teaching assistant University Washington, Seattle, 1991-1995, Nancy Hartsock Rotating Chair, 1995.


  • Avocations: Oscar Wilde, 18th and 19th century French liberalism, gourmandry. F C.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: The General Strike of 1934, 1988, Alexis de Tocqueville in Historical Context, 1991, An Expressive Revolution, 1995, Security Issues, 1996, Favorite Son, 1999, Background Noise, 2001, The Buddha in the Hot Tub, 2003, Is That You Pumpkin?, 2004.


Precinct committee officer Seattle Democratic Committee, 1996-2000. Delegate King County Democratic Central Committee, Seattle, 1996-2000, member bylaws committee, 1999. Political campaign consultant, since 1998.

Member Washington State Democratic Platform Committee, 1998, 2000. Washington state delegate Democratic National Convention, 2000.


  • Other Interests

    Gourmandry, viticulture.


Norman Mini

Kleo Varvara (Apostolides) Mini