Dennis E. Adonis is a published Guyanese Novelist, Journalist and Poet.
As at April, 2015, he has written a total of nineteen books of various genres; - seven of which are independently published, while eleven are divided between small to medium scale publishers resulting in worldwide distribution of his books in more than five different languages.
He is most noted for the books 1838, and Ten Letters to Obama, both which had collectively received raving reviews in The Hans India, The Kashmir Times, The Hindustan Times, The New York Times, The Curacao Chronicle, The Guyana Chronicle and several other non-English speaking news outlets.
While the prior mentioned novels are is most notable, he is also widely credited for a series of children animated books for learning purposes.
Adonis is also the architect and writer of a series of educational textbooks including Mastering Information Technology for CSEC CAPE; a textbook that is arguably the most widely used IT text by students who are sitting Information Technology at the Caribbean Examinations Council’s CAPE exams.
Now an avid sympathizer of children suffering from Autism and Spectrum Disorders, Adonis is currently engaged in the penning of several research books on the subject matter.