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Sebnem Isiguzel

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Sebnem Isiguzel

Sebnem Isuguzel was born in 1971. Her first book, entitled Hanene Ay Dogacak (Bliss Will Befall Your Household), won the prestigious Yunus Nadi Literature Award for published collections of short stories in 1993. Isiguzel's second collection of short stories, entitled Oykumu Kim Anlatacak (Who's Going to Tell My Story) appeared in 1994 and her novel Eski Dostum Kertenkele (My Old Friend the Lizard) in 1999. Neseli Kadinlar Arasinda (Among Merry Women, 2001) is composed of articles she wrote for the daily Radikal. More recently she has published two novels, Sarmasik (2002) and Çöplük (2004).

Articles by Sebnem Isiguzel

Fragments from “Real Life for the Last Scene of a Movie”
By Sebnem Isiguzel
“Nothing can be more important than love.” –Gidon KremerI. Out of necessityWe had to walk. This necessity made me happy. I hadn’t been this happy for a long while, I thought. It’s…
Translated from Turkish by Suat Karantay
from “Ivy”
By Sebnem Isiguzel
1. Accidental ColorsThat winter our lives would become entangled with disasters and iniquities like creeping ivy. While we were unaware of each other’s existence, chance events would bind us together.…
Translated from Turkish by Mary Isin