Maureen Freely


Maureen Freely, who contributed the Postscript to Stamboul Ghosts, has followed in her father John Freely's footsteps by becoming a prolific author, journalist and academic. She grew up in Istanbul and now lives in England, where she is Professor of English and Comparative Literary Studies at University of Warwick and has served as president and chair of English PEN. She has made a reputation for herself as translator of several novels by Orhan Pamuk and other distinguished Turkish writers. Of her own novels, three are semi-autobiographical and set in Istanbul: 'The Life of the Party' (1986), 'Enlightenment' (2008) and 'Sailing Through Byzantium' (2013)



Hasan Ali Toptas


My Name Is Red

Orhan Pamuk



Orhan Pamuk


A Useless Man: Selected Stories

Sait Faik Abasiyanik


Madonna in a Fur Coat

Sabahattin Ali


The Time Regulation Institute

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar


In the Shadow of the Yali

Suat Dervis