Sabit İnce

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Sabit İnce
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Born (1954-08-27) 27 August 1954 (age 59)
Kozakli, Nevşehir, Turkey
Nationality Turkey
Education Marmara University
Occupation Journalist, poetry, writer
Spouse(s) Nurcan İnce
Children Nazende Demirel
Muhammed İnce
Çağrı İnce
Website
http://www.sabitince.org

Sabit İnce (born 27 August 1954 in Nevşehir) is a Turkish poet, writer and Islamic scholar.

Early life[edit]

He graduated from the Political Sciences Faculty of Marmara University.

Career[edit]

He was the editor-in-chief of the Papirus literary magazine. Sabit Ince is a notable member of the Second New Generation of Turkish poetry, an abstract and postmodern movement created as a backlash against the more popular-based Anadolu Hececileri movement. Love, mainly through its erotic entity, is a popular theme of ince's works. Sabit's poems and articles were published in magazines including Tore, Devlet, Deniz Postası, Bizim Anadolu , Tercüman, Hergün, Ortadogu, Kayseri Hakimiyet and Yeni Kayseri .

Awards[edit]

  • Our Generation Award (third place)
  • Our Generation Magazine Poetry Awards 1999 (Honorable Mention)
  • 1999 Poets Poetry Magazine Awards (Honorable Mention)
  • 2006 City of Greater Turkish Poetry Award for Distinguished Service (Service Award)
  • 2006 City Health Directorate of Turkish Science Education Institute, the Service Award (Service Award)
  • Editor of the Year 2006 Journal of Antalya Gulluk (second prize)
  • 2007 Ankara Homeland NEWSPAPER – DAY YAYINEVİ 3 LITERARY AWARDS (author of the Year Award)

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