Kostas Kremmydas was born in Kolonos (Athens). He studied Political Science and Public Administration at Panteion University, Pedagogy at the School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (former SELETE), Law at the University of Athens and Social History at the Sorbonne University.
He holds a doctoral degree from the University of Patras. From 2000-2018 he participated in the Organizing Committee of the Poetry Symposium. Since 2016 he has been teaching creative writing at the Postgraduate Department of the Hellenic Open University. He has participated in several literary publications. Since 1993 he has been managing Mandragoras Magazine and the homonymous editions.
He has published one volume with political chronographs entitled “corner of Xouthou & Menandrou, End of Ephoxi (2014) and the autobiographical novel Redwhite Madness, Red Tulips in Kolonos (2017). He has published seven poetry collections. His poems have been translated into Bulgarian by Christos Hartomatsidis.