Sabit İnce

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Sabit İnce
Born (1954-08-27) 27 August 1954 (age 60)
Kozakli, Nevşehir, Turkey
Nationality Turkey
Education Marmara University
Occupation Journalist, poetry, writer
Spouse(s) Nurcan İnce
Children Nazende Demirel
Muhammed İnce
Çağrı İnce

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.


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 .


  • 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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