Talk:List of Turkic-languages poets

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Niçin yazarların çoğu Türkiyeli? Başka ülkelerde Türk yazarlar yok mu? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.163.231.28 (talk) 17:37, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

Living poets - no article[edit]

The following living poets are or have been listed in this article, but they do not have a Wikipedia article demonstrating their notability. Please provide on this talk page at least one citation to an independent, reliable, published source showing notability for each poet, or they will be removed from the list. --Bejnar (talk) 15:29, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

  1. Ülkü Tamer, poet (1937- ) — Mitler, Louis (1988) Contemporary Turkish writers Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Indiana University, p. 236, ISBN 0-933070-14-4
  2. Güven Turan, poet (1943- ) — translator for Ash, John (1999) The Anatolikon: Poems ISBN 975-363-893-0
  3. Cem Uzungüneş, poet (1962- ) — While he does not have a page in the Turkish Wikipedia, he has been published in Yapı Kredi Yayınları a prestigious literary magazine. He is also cited with a birth year of 1960.
  4. Faruk Iremet, poet (1965- )
    • Faruk Iremet, "Dilimiz Zazaca, Zonê Ma Zazaki" İremet Yayınları, Eylül/Elun, 1996, Stockholm/Sweden, ISBN 91-972069-8-9
    • Faruk İremet, "Antolojiyê hozanwanê Swêdi" İremet Yayınları, 1995, About Swedish writers, ISBN 91-972069-0-X
    • Faruk İremet, "Zeritenık" Poems, İremet Yayınları, 1996, ISBN 91-972069-7-0
    • Faruk İremet, "Rondıkê Çavên ti" Poems, 1993, APEC, Stockholm/Sweden ISBN 91-87730-27-8
  1. Alaaddin Külcüoğlu, poet (1967- ) — Turkish Wikipedia article at tr:Alaadin Külcüoğlu, does not appear notable in English
  2. Mehmet Altun, poet (1977- ) — Turkish Wikipedia article at tr:Mehmet Altun
  3. Cem Kurtulus, poet (1985- )