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Dosya: Gezi Süreci ve Kamusal Alan

Dossier: The Gezi events and public sphere
Semih Poroy
Çizgi-yorum
Cartoonist's comment
Süreyyya Evren
Gezi Sürecinde Kayan Katmanlar - Yeni Kıtalar
Shifting layers and new continents in the Gezi process
Jean-Louis Fabiani
Pelin Tan
Mehmet Rifat
Söylemlerin Ortağı Çevirmenleri Es Geçenlere İnat
Rifat, Barthes'ın Türkçedeki çevirmenlerini tanıtıyor
Someone needs to remember translators, the co-speakers of discourse
Rifat introduces the Turkish translators of Roland Bathes
Berken Döner
Salih Bolat ile Söyleşi
Bolat, yayınevimizden yayımlanan son şiir kitabı Atların Uykusu'nu anlatıyor. Interview with Salih Bolat
Bolat speaks on his latest poetry book printed by Varlık, Atların Uykusu (When Horses Sleep)
Haydar Ergülen
Enver Ercan'ın Rüya Şiirleri
Dream poetry of Enver Ercan
Ali Günvar
Medeniyetin Durumu Şiir Olursa...
Günvar, Hilmi Yavuz'un Yara Şiirleri adlı son şiir kitabını değerlendiriyor. When civilization becomes poetry
Günvar discusses Hilmi Yavuz's latest poetry book Yara Şiirleri (Poems of Wound)


(AKDTYK) TDK'nin DBTS'si Üzerine Nizamettin Uğur
Mecaz ve Türkçeye yabancı dillerden çevrilen söz sanatları terimleri tartışılıyor
On the lexicon of linguistic terms by the Turkish Language Society
A discussion of allegory and terms of linguistic arts translated to Turkish
Hülya Bulut, Muharrem Kaya
Edebiyat Gündemi: 50. Ölüm Yıldönümünde Halide Edib Adıvar
Literary agenda: Halide Edib Adıvar remembered
Hülya Bulut
Ölümle-Ölümsüzlük Arasındaki Çizgide Türk'ün Ateşle İmtihanı
Halide Edib Adıvar'ın İngilizce yazıp yayımladığı, daha sonra otosansürden geçirerek Türkçeye çevirdiği anıları inceleniyor
The Turkish ordeal on the line between death and immortality
A review of Adıvar's memoirs, originally written in English and then translated to Turkish by the author herself after self-censorship
Muharrem Kaya
Halide Edib Adıvar'ın İdeal Öğretmen Tipi: Tatarcık
Tatarcık: The ideal teacher envisaged by Halide Edib Adıvar
Çiğdem Ülker
Cortazar 100 Yaşında
Cortazar is 100
Hülya Soyşekerci
Bir Okuma Yolculuğu Olarak: "Bir Kış Gecesi Eğer Bir Yolcu"
A journey in reading: "Bir Kış Gecesi Eğer Bir Yolcu" (If a traveler on a wintry night)
Handan İnci
Hayaller ve Gölgeler Şehrinde
Murat Gülsoy'un son romanı üzerine bir inceleme yazısı
In the city of dreams and shadows
A review of Murat Gülsoy's latest novel
İsmail Pelit
Dinini Reddeden Bir Peygambere İnanır mısınız?
Cem Akaş'ın 7 adlı romanı üzerine bir inceleme yazısı
Would you believe a prophet who rejects his religion?
A review of Cem Akaş's novel 7
Hüseyin Yurttaş
Not Defteri
The notepad
Tozan Alkan
Düzyazı Şiir
Poème en prose
küçük İskender
Yeni Şiirler Arasında
Among new poems
Nalan Barbarosoğlu
Yeni Öyküler Arasında
Among new stories

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Ömer Özgeç
"Bedia Akarsu - Felsefe, Eğitim ve Toplum Üzerine" /Mukadder Özgeç
Bedia Akarsu ile yapılan nehir söyleşi kitabı tanıtılıyor
A review of the biographical interview with Bedia Akarsu
Beyza Becerikli
Sibel K. Türker ile Söyleşi
Türker, Aşk'ın Kalplerimizdeki Mutat Yolculuğu adlı öykü kitabını anlatıyor
Interview with Sibel K. Türker
Türker speaks on her story collection Aşk'ın Kalplerimizdeki Mutat Yolculuğu (The commute of love through our hearts)
Deniz Yalvaç
Hüseyin Su ile Söyleşi
Su, Hece Yayınları'ndan yayımlanan Kazakistan, Kırgız ve Türkmenistan öykü antolojilerini anlatıyor
Interview with Hüseyin Su
Su talks about his anthology of short stories from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan
Tolga Aras
"Geceleri Daireler Çizerek Yürürüz" / Daniel Alarcón
Daniel Alarcón'un Geceleri Daireler Çizerek Yürürüz adlı romanı tanıtılıyor
A review of Daniel Alarcón's At night we walk in circles
Saba Kırer
"Irgala Dur - Yadırga Dur" / Necmi Zekâ
Zekâ'nın son şiir kitabı tanıtılıyor
A review of Zekâ's latest poetry book
Hasan Akarsu
"Uzun Bir Yol" / Hüseyin Duygu
Duygu'nun yaşamında 1978 Kuşağı gençliğinin çektikleri üzerine kaleme aldığı anlatı kitabı tanıtılıyor
A review of Duygu's book on the ordeals of the '78 generation
Ali Kumsal
"Platon Kitaplığı" / Platon
Say Yayınları'nın yayınladığı Platon kitapları tanıtılıyor
A review of the works of Plato printed by Say Publishing
Nazlı Berivan Ak
Sinem Sal ile Söyleşi
Sal, Yine de Âmin adlı üçüncü şiir kitabını anlatıyor
Interview with Sinem Sal
Sal speaks on her third poetry book titled Yine de Amin (Amen nevertheless)
Poyraz Altınel
"Miralay Çıkmazı" / Piraye Şengel
Piraye Şengel'in son romanı Miralay Çıkmazı tanıtılıyor
A review of Şengel's latest novel Miralay Çıkmazı (The miralay cul-de-sac)
Gültekin Emre
Şiir Günlüğü
Poetry chronicles
Reyhan Koçyiğit
Yeni Yayınlar
New in print
Gülce Başer
Şimdi Haberler
Dünyadan ve Türkiye'den edebiyat, kültür-sanat haberleri
Here is the news
Recent developments in literature and the arts in Turkey and around the world

Şiir

Poetry
küçük İskender
Saygılarımla
Gonca Özmen
Gel-git
Arife Kalender
Seni Seviyorum Ahmet
Osman Olmuş
Üflemeli Çalgılar Müzesi
Hüseyin Köse
Son Şeyler Heyulası
Mustafa Fırat
Bir Kırık Aynadan Baktım Size
Nilüfer Altunkaya
Şiirler

Öykü

Short story
Altay Ömer Erdoğan
Silahı Gösterirsen Bir Kere, Patlatacaksın!
Ümran Ersin
Göl Konuşmaları

Yenİ İmzalar

New names – selection from among works sent in by new writers and poets

Şiir

Poetry
Meryem Coşkunca
Bozgun
Ekin Öztürk
Fayton Kandırmacası
Serkan Demir
Sâkî

Öykü

Short story
Gönül Hazneci
Ruh Yırtıkları (Öykü)
Kadire Bozkurt
Akrep Yılı (Öykü)


 

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