Dora Kaskali lives and works in Thessaloniki. She studied Greek literature at AUTh. and in her master's degree she dealt with the literary publication of the poems of George Theotokas.
In 2010 the collection of short stories "Sto treno" was published by Gavriilidis publications (shortlisted for first-time author award of the magazine "Diavazo"). In 2011 her novel "Kato" was published by the same publications. In 2012, her novel "Five lives and a novel - Study of an appropriate writer" was released freely on the internet, in digital form, by the OpenBook.gr Open Library. This was followed by the books: "The little cat in the world" (children's literature, Dioptra 2014) and "Exchange of pleasures" (poetry, Sexpirikon 2014, Maria Polydouri award 2015). In 2015, her second collection of short stories was published by Okto publications "The black box of their memory".
In September 2016 she represented the Ministry of Culture in the Third European Literary Walk that took place at the Book Gallery in Athens.
In March 2017 she undertook the coordination and organization of the 7th International Festival of Poetry and Arts "Female Scream" which took place on 5/3/2017 at the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki.
In the summer of 2018, her second poetry collection entitled "Somewhere to touch" was published by Melani publications.
She collaborates with reputable print and electronic literary magazines contributing short stories, poems, and articles.