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Algan Sezgintüredi, a powerful pen of Turkish literature in the genre of crime, meets with his readers in Balat on 30 September.

Algan Sezgintüredi, a powerful pen of Turkish literature in the genre of crime, meets with his readers in Balat on 30 September.
25 September 2017

Algan Sezgintüredi, a powerful pen of Turkish literature in the genre of crime, meets with his readers in Balat on 30 September.


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ISTANBUL (TR) - The guest of the Kahve Coffee Talks with the Writers ”activity series, which brings literature enthusiasts together in Balat, is one of the strongest items of detective genre in Turkish literature. is happening. The third program of the event series, which includes discussions with authors, books and coffee on the adventures of authorship, will be held on Saturday, September 30 between 14:00 - 16:00 at the Olmadık Projects Workshop in Balat.

The first was held on 19 August with writer Sezgin Kaymaz and the second on 23 September with Irmak Zileli. Kahve Coffee Conversations with Writers di, which is realized by the new generation author platform Writing Guide and Olmadık Projects, is organized free of charge within the scope of a 3-month program that will bring reading and writing enthusiasts together in Balat.

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Who is Algan Sezgintüredi?
Algan Sezgintüredi was born in Erzurum in 1968 and graduated from Saint Benoit High School. He graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Graphic Department. Sezgintüredi, who has been living in İzmir since 1995, is a writer and translator. The author who made a name for himself with his works of crime type; His books, The Thing of the Killer, The Thing of the Killer, and the Killer's Butler are followed by the Witnesses of the Killer and the Chance of the Victims.

Coffee Talks with Authors | ALGAN DISCOVERED
September 30, 2017 | 14:00 to 16:00 | Unprocessed Projects Workshop