Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Renowned Turkish poet Can Yücel will soon be getting a new tombstone, more than three years after his grave, which is located in the garden of his house in the beautiful Aegean town of Old Datça, was vandalized
‘From Balat to Bat Yam: Memoirs of a Turkish Jew’ by Eli Shaul
‘Dining with al-Qaeda: Three Decades Exploring the Many Worlds of the Middle East’ by Hugh Pope
The 32nd International Istanbul Book Fair converges book publishers from around the world
The 32nd International Istanbul Book Fair has opened with 650 publishers, China is the country of honor. Chinese Writers’ Association president Tie Ning explains what she is waiting for from the fair
Albert Camus once said that those who write clearly have readers, while those who write obscurely have commentators.
The 32nd International Istanbul Book Fair will welcome 650 publishers and scores of others starting Nov. 2 for eight days
Konya has wrapped up hosting part of the fifth Tanpınar Literature (İTEF), during which it welcomed famous Argentine writer Alberto Manguel
British writers will be coming to Istanbul this November with the Tanpınar Literature Festival.
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