Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Istanbul’s CNR Book Fair is attracting interest from readers thanks to its easy location and free entrance, drawing 60,000 people in the first two days of operation
Writers slam the lawsuit against the publisher and the translator of Young Don Juan’s Adventures
Taking readers on a guided tour through six centuries of Istanbul history, Professor Doğan Kuban’s new book
The first book written in what is today the United States of America fetched $14.2 million in New York on Tuesday, becoming the world's most expensive printed book sold at auction.
Employees all over the world submitted their personal Bayer experience under the heading “My Bayer Story.”
‘World of Tales: Selected poems' by Oğuz Tansel
‘And Then We Work for God: Rural Sunni Islam in Western Turkey’ by Kimberly Hart
Little is known today about Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's one and only wife, Latife Hanım
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.