Adam Sanat

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Adam Sanat (meaning "Adam Art")(ISSN 1300–154X) was a Turkish literary magazine founded in Istanbul by the Adam Publishing (Adam Yayınları) house in 1985[1] and published through mid-2005.[2][3] The magazine published the works of many prominent Turkish writers and poets.[4] Turkish poet Turgay Fişekçi, one of its editors, subsequently founded the literary publication Sözcükler in 2006.[3]

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  1. ^ Gholamali Haddad Adel; Mohammad Jafar Elmi; Hassan Taromi-Rad (31 August 2012). Periodicals of the Muslim World: An Entry from Encyclopaedia of the World of Islam. EWI Press. p. 272. ISBN 978-1-908433-10-7. Retrieved 21 September 2015. 
  2. ^ (16 July 2005). Adam'ın dergileri kapandı, Radikal (reporting on reports of a potential shutdown of the periodical in 2005) (Turkish)
  3. ^ a b (10 April 2006). Sözcükler 1 Mayıs'ta çıkıyor, Hürriyet (confirms recent closure) (Turkish)
  4. ^ (29 April 2005) Sabri Altınel 80 yaşında, Radikal (reporting on special issue of Adam Sanat dedicated to Turkish poet Sabri Altinel) (Turkish)