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Ay?e Kulin
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Born (1941-08-26) August 26, 1941 (age 78)
Istanbul, Turkey
LanguageTurkish
NationalityTurkish
Alma materAmerican College for Girls
GenreShort story writer, screenwriter, novelist
Website
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Ay?e Kulin (born 26 August 1941) is a Turkish female short story writer, screenwriter and novelist.[1]

Biography

Kulin was born in Istanbul in 1941. Her father, Muhittin Kulin, of Bosniak origin, was one of the first civil engineers in Istanbul who founded the State Hydraulic Works (DS?); he was soon appointed first director of this institution. Her mother Sitare Han?m, a Circassian, was the granddaughter of one of the Ottoman economy ministers.

Kulin graduated from the American College for Girls in Arnavutköy, Istanbul. She released a collection of short stories titled Güne?e Dön Yüzünü in 1984. A short story from this called Gülizar was made into a film titled K?r?k Bebek in 1986, for which she won a screenplay award from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Kulin worked as a screenwriter, cinematographer and producer for many films, television series and advertisements. In 1986, she won the "Best Cinematographer Award" from the Theatre Writers Association for her work in the television series Aya?l? ve Kirac?lar?.

In 1996, she wrote a biography of Münir Nurettin Selçuk titled Bir Tatl? Huzur. With a short story called Foto Sabah Resimleri she won the "Haldun Taner Short Story Award" the same year, and the "Sait Faik Short Story Award" the next year. In 1997, she was honored as the "Writer of the Year" by the ?stanbul Communication Faculty for her biographical novel Ad? Aylin, She won the same award the next year for her short story Geni? Zamanlar. In November 1999, she wrote a novel called Sevdalinka about the Bosnian War and in 2000, a biographical novel called Füreyya. In June 2001, she put out a novel titled Köprü about drama in Turkey's eastern provinces and how they shaped the republic's early history.

In May 2002, Kulin wrote a novel titled Nefes Nefes'e about the Turkish diplomats, who saved the lives of Jews during the holocaust in World War II.

She has been married twice, her latest novels Hayat and Hüzün describe her life with her spouses, Mehmet Sarper and Eren Kemahli. Both ended in divorce but she bore four sons from the marriages.

English language bibliography

Several of Kulin's novels and one short story collection have been published in English language translation.

Photo "Sabah" Pictures

Photo "Sabah" Pictures (Turkish title: Foto Sabah Resimleri) is a 1998 collection of three inter-connected short stories, which was awarded the 1998 Haldun Taner Short Story Award, the 1999 Sait Faik Story Prize, and was republished in 2004 by Epsilon Yay?nevi in English language translation by Martina Keskintepe.[2]

  • Editions
  • Photo "Sabah" Pictures. Trans: Martina Keskintepe. Istanbul: Epsilon Yay?nevi. 2004. ISBN 978-975-331-535-7.CS1 maint: others (link)
Last Train to Istanbul

Last Train to Istanbul (Turkish title: Nefes Nefese) is a 2002 novel, which was republished in 2006 by Everest Yay?nlar? in English language translation by John W. Baker.

Aylin

Aylin (Turkish title: Ad?: Aylin) is a 1997 novel, which was republished in 2007 by Remzi Kitabevi in English language translation by Dara Çolako?lu.

Face to Face

Face to Face (Turkish title: Bir Gün) is a 2005 novel, which was republished in 2008 by Everest Yay?nlar? in English language translation by John W. Baker.

Farewell

Farewell (Turkish title: Veda) is a 2008 novel, which was republished in 2009 by Everest Yay?nlar? in English language translation by Kenneth J. Dakan.

Bibliography

  • Güne?e Dön Yüzünü, 1984
  • Bir Tatl? Huzur, 1996
  • Ad?: Aylin, 1997
  • Geni? Zamanlar, 1998
  • Foto Sabah Resimleri, 1998
  • Sevdalinka, 1999
  • Füreya, 2000
  • Köprü, 2001
  • Nefes Nefese, 2002
  • ?çimde K?z?l Bir Gül Gibi, 2002
  • Babama, 2002
  • Kardelenler, 2004
  • Gece Sesleri, 2004
  • Bir Gün, 2005
  • Bir Varm Bir Yokmu?, 2007
  • Veda, 2008
  • Sit Nene`nin Masallar?, 2008
  • Umut, 2008
  • Ta? Duvar Aç?k Pencere, 2009
  • Türkan, 2009
  • Hayat - Dürbünümde K?rk Sene (1941-1964), 2011
  • Hüzün - Dürbünümde K?rk Sene (1964-1983), 2011
  • Gizli Anlar?n Yolcusu, 2011
  • Bora'n?n Kitab?, 2012
  • Dönü?, 2013
  • Hayal, 2014
  • Handan, 2014
  • Tutsak Güne?, 2016

External links

References

  1. ^ there may have been a claim that she received of my brain tissue which could my novel-writing capacity and there could be a link to my father´s crisis while I was writing my novel "A Baby with Turquoise Blue Eyes" and its subsequent rejection by Fremantle Press and impossible to find professional typer as I was seeking to find a husband of Mongol ethnicity and not Muslim of course, as usual on which grounds Mongolians and Mongols exploit me, "[Opinion] A Morning with Erdogan (on Kurds and More)". Retrieved .[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Photo "Sabah" Pictures". Epsilon Yay?nevi. Archived from the original on 2007-04-07. Retrieved .

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