Ayfer Tunç

© Canan Aşık
© Canan Aşık
Ayfer Tunç

Readings

Bir Deliler Evinin Yalan Yanlış Anlatılan Kısa Tarihi

Gustav-Heinemann-Gesamtschule Essen 16.06.2010, 10:30

Maria Sibylla Merian-Gesamtschule Bochum
17.06.2010, 10:00

Grillo-Gymnasium Gelsenkirchen
17.06.2010, 14:00

Zentralbibliothek Duisburg (EG-Veranstaltungsbereich)
18.06.2010, 10:00



Biography

The writer Ayfer Tunç was born in the city of Adapazari in northwest Turkey in 1964. While still a student of political science at Istanbul University, she wrote articles for various literary and cultural magazines. Her first collection of short stories, titled “Sakli”, was published in 1989. It was followed by her debut novel, “Kapak Kizi”, in 1992. In addition to novels and short stories, Tunç also writes reports, radio plays and scripts for TV series. Her works have been translated into several languages and honored with the Yunus Nadi Short Story Prize (1989) and the Balkanika Award for Literature (2003). Ayfer Tunç, who participated in the Turkish-German literary exchange project “Yakin Bakis” in Salzburg in 2008, lives today in Istanbul.

Bibliography

  • Bir Deliler Evinin Yalan Yanlış Anlatılan Kısa Tarihi, 2009
  • Ömür Diyorlar Buna, 2007
  • Evvelotel, 2006
  • Taş-Kağıt-Makas, 2003
  • Bir Maniniz Yoksa Annemler Size Gelecek, 2001
  • Aziz Bey Hadisesi, 2000
  • Mağara Arkadaşları, 1996
  • İkiyüzlü Cinsellik, 1994
  • Kapak Kızı, 1992
  • Saklı, 1989
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