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Çiler İlhan

Contributor

Çiler İlhan

Çiler İlhan was born in 1972 and studied international relations and political science at Bosphorus University. Her stories, essays, book reviews, travel articles and translations into Turkish have been published in a variety of magazines, journals, and newspaper supplements. She received the 1993 Notable Short Story Award of the Yaşar Nabi Youth Awards. She is the author of the short story collection Chamber of Dream Merchants (Artemis, 2006), and her stories appear in the anthologies Tales of the 1002nd Night (Metis, 2005); TimeOut Istanbul Stories (2007), and Bozcaada Stories (Yitik Ülke, 2009).

Articles by Çiler İlhan

Sleepless
By Çiler İlhan
I've been sleepless for days. Like countless people. Like countless animals. Like the trees and the birds. We're all dazed by the strange turn of events in Turkey. The children who grew up scared…