Neslihan Acu was born in Istanbul in 1960. While studying in Endustrial Engineering Department at Boğaziçi University, she had part-time jobs at different literature and translation magazines. She wanted to be a writer, but had to work as an engineer and a textile marketer. Yet she could not stay away from her passion to write and she continued writing scenarios and long stories. At last deciding that “this cannot go on like that” she left everything aside; she devoted herself to her computer and writing novels. She seems to have the peace she was looking for at last. Acu, who is a fan of Dostoevski, Stefan Zweig, Simenon, is also a comics reader and cinema addict.
A Woman Can’t Be Don Quixote (Kadından Don Kişot Olmaz), 2004, novel; Who Killed Meltem K. (Meltem K.’yı Kim Öldürdü), 2004, novel; What A Beautiful Nothingness, Love (Ne Güzel Bir Hiçlikti Aşk), 2006, novel; Song Of Crow (Kuzgunun Şarkısı), 2007, novel
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