Helen Ditouras

Helen Ditouras is an Assistant Professor of English at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan. Her favorite writers are Philip Roth and Isaac Singer, among others. Along with reading, her other passion is cinema: she studied Film Theory in graduate school, and regularly teaches film at Schoolcraft College. She has published a short story, creative non-fiction pieces, and a chapter in the anthology Tennis and Philosophy: What the Racket is All About (edited by David Baggett, The University Press of Kentucky, 2010).

Although Helen works in Michigan, she is a Canadian citizen and resides in Windsor, Ontario, with her husband and son.

Helen has reviewed the following for MostlyFiction:


  • Comedy in a Minor Key by Hans Keilson (12-16-10)
  • Nemesis by Philip Roth (10-16-10)
  • The Museum of Innocence by Orphan Pamuk (10-07-10)
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