Tales from the Expat Harem

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Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey
Fourth Turkish edition cover
Author Anastasia M. Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen
Country United States & Turkey
Language English & Turkish
Subject Travel
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher Seal Press & Doğan Kitap
Publication date
2006
Media type Print (Hardback)
ISBN ISBN 1-58005-155-3 & ISBN 975-293-381-5
OCLC 61285623
956.104/086/91 22
LC Class DR432 .T29 2006

Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey (Turkish: Türkçe Sevmek) is a nonfiction anthology by 32 expatriate women about their lives in modern Turkey, published by Seal Press in North America (2006, ISBN 1-58005-155-3) and Doğan Kitap in Turkey (2005, ISBN 975-293-381-5 Turkish edition, ISBN 975-293-372-6 English edition).

Edited by Anastasia M. Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen, two American writers based in Istanbul, it was an English language #1 national bestseller in Turkey in January 2006[citation needed]. Its Turkish edition, Türkçe Sevmek: Türkiye'de Yaşayan Yabancı Kadınların Gözüyle Türkler, contains a foreword written by the Turkish novelist Elif Shafak.

In May 2008, the book and its editors were featured on NBC's Today, on its occasional travel segment Where in the World is Matt Lauer?[1]

Contributing Writers[edit]

Amanda Coffin Erica Kaya Nancy Lunsford
Ana Carolina Fletes Eveline Zoutendijk Natalie Baker
Anastasia M. Ashman Jennifer Eaton Gokmen Pat Yale
Annie Prior Ozsarac Jessica Lutz Rhonda Vander Sluis
Catherine Salter Bayar Karen-Claire Voss Sally Green
Catherine Yigit Katherine Belliel Susan Fleming Holm
Claire Uhr Kathleen Hamilton Gundogdu Tanala OsaYande
Dana Gonzalez Louise Ruskin Trici Venola
Dena Sukaya Mahira Afridi-Perese Valerie Tasiran
Diane Caldwell Maria Yarbrough Orhon Wendy Fox
Eppie Lunsford Maureen Basedow

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