Fatih Kırtorun

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Fatih Kırtorun
Born (1985-03-30)30 March 1985
Giresun, Turkey
Occupation Poet, translator

Fatih Kırtorun (born 1985, Görele, Giresun) is a Turkish poet and translator.

Personal life[edit]

Born in Giresun, Görele, he moved to İstanbul and attended primary and high school in this city. He studied the English Language and Literature.

Poetry[edit]

He published his poem "Yitik Sayfalar Bilmecesi" (Lost Pages' Puzzle) in Varlık in 2006.[1] He wrote a poem devoted to Bilge Karasu named "Öldürsen (G)e(ce)" (Night Tale) in Sözcükler.[2] He took part in the Contemporary Turkish Language Magazine with his poem "Gölgesizlik". (Shadowless) [3] He penned poems in Koridor Literary Magazine. He also publishes works in several literary magazines and reviews.[4]

Short stories[edit]

One of his early works a short story was translated into Greek at Democritus University of Thrace and also used as a text material in a dissertation at the same university.

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kirtorun, Fatih - Varlık - 1181 - 1 February 2006 - Istanbul - 1300-1728-0-0
  2. ^ Kirtorun, Fatih - Sözcükler - November–December 2011/6 - Kasım 2011 - Istanbul - 1306-634X
  3. ^ Kirtorun, Fatih - Çağdaş Türk Dili - 286 - December 2011 - Ankara - 1300-1345
  4. ^ Kirtorun, Fatih - Koridor - 21 - November 2011 - Istanbul - 1307-1025