İrem Uzunhasanoğlu was born in 1983 in İstanbul. She studied English Literature at İstanbul University. She took International Teaching Certificate from Cambridge University and got a Master’s Degree on Education at The State University of New York. She taught English Literature classes in Istanbul. She has three novels, Cried the Olive Trees (2015), “The Other Side of the Horizon” (2018) and “Once Upon a Spring” (2020). She has one non-fiction book “365, One Creative Writing Activity per day” (2016). She is also the translator of authors such as Virginia Woolf, William Shakespeare, George Orwell and F.Scott Fitzgerald. She lives in İstanbul, working on her new novel.