- A Voice As Clear As Ice
- A romantic piece on Turkey
- Green Africa: Ethiopia
- The Future of ArchItecture
- Black Sea Mesopotamia: The Hittite Basin
- Smart, Aristoctratic, Cultured England
- Ramadan Splendor In Istanbul
- Two Cultures One Love
- They Must Be Extraterrestrials!
- Istanbul’s Daughter, İzmir’s Sister Thessal
- From Sirkeci To Yedikule Istanbul Through A Train Window
- Nature’s Fresh Herbs
- The Heart Of Istanbul Beats To Jazz
- Istanbul Rocks
- Friendship Stories
- In Praise Of Depression By Alptekin
- 20 Days 19 Performances
- Paradise On Video
- There’s A Museum At Zeugma Now!
- Antakya’s Crowning Glory: Daphne
- World Tour In Five Questions
- Heroes Invade San Diego
- The Tour De France
- The Anatolia Reportages By Yaşar Kemal
- Derviş Zaim’s Prague
- Three Books About Cities
- Land Of Minstrels
- Culture Cities Of The North
Three Books About Cities
SOMETIMES THE BEST WAY TO GET TO KNOW A CITY IS THROUGH A BOOK. WE’VE CHOSEN THREE BOOKS THAT IDENTIFY WITH THEIR CITIES.
NEW YORK TRILOGY
Paul Auster’s New York Trilogy (City of Glass, Ghosts, The Locked Room) consists of three special novels with a detective flavor in which the main character is the city itself.
Previously published separately, the three books have now been issued in a single volume. You will roam the streets of New York as you read about themes of language and alienation in Paul Auster’s inimitable style.
AUGUST HOLIDAY - TURIN
Both the city and the villages in the countryside around it form the backdrop for the short stories in this book by Turin writer Cesare Pavese (now published in Turkish by Can Yayınları).
The Piemonte countryside and the banks of the Po, where a boy growing in the Turin of that period spent his summers, take on a festival atmosphere.