Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The book about the 13th Istanbul Biennial, which took place between Sept. 14 and Oct. 20, 2013 with the title “Mom, am I a Barbarian?” has been published.
The fifth Istanbul Literature Festival opened yesterday at the Sultanahmet Kızlarağası Madrasah for a week of activities that will include appearances by 100 poets, writers and academics.
A newly published book, ‘100 Films of Istanbul,’ explores the old and contemporary Turkish films that have used the city as a setting
Cin Ali, the stick figure in a cap and the hero of a set of children’s books, is now being published true to his original form
‘From Balat to Bat Yam: Memoirs of a Turkish Jew’ by Eli Shaul
British author Doris Lessing, whose powerful feminist and anti-colonial writing won her the Nobel Literature Prize, died at the age of 94
The 32nd International Istanbul Book Fair converges book publishers from around the world
Turkish author Yaşar Kemal has been chosen as the latest recipient of the Bjornson Award
Albert Camus once said that those who write clearly have readers, while those who write obscurely have commentators.
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