Nazlı Koca interviews novelist Ebru Ojen and her translators on the creative process of bringing her latest book into English.
Kaya Genç reviews Ebru Ojen's newly translated novel, an exploration of a Kurdish mother grappling with the sacrifices of motherhood.
Matt Hanson, an art writer in Turkey, drives across the high plains between Ankara and Konya to see a site-specific art installation.
Arie Amaya-Akkermans reviews Pat Yale's latest book that follows in the footsteps of Gertrude Bell while highlighting Turkey's rich history.
Matthew Broomfield reviews a book on the Kurdish women's movement, which challenges hierarchical, patriarchal society.
In and out of Turkish prisons for his unflinching political essays, Ahmet Altan returns with a new novella in English.
Sarah Naili interviews musical artists who meld eastern and western instruments, and forms, to create their unique sounds of beauty.
A novel about "toxic authoritarianism" and how it has shaped the lives of countless young persons in Turkey, sometimes through exile.
Nektaria Anastasiadou reviews the newly-translated novel from Christos Chomenidis, which won the Greek National Book Award.