Hilal Karahan

Dr. Hilal Karahan: Turkish poetess, writer, translator, mother and medical doctor (1977, Gaziantep/Turkey).

Her professional poems, stories, interviews, articles about poetry have been published in various national and international poetry-culture-literature magazines since 2000. She has joined to many collective books, bilingual poetry almanacs and found in organisation comittee of international poetry festivals. Her poems and selected poetry books were translated into many languages.
She is recently a member of Turkey PEN, Turkish ambassodor of World Institute of Peace (WIP) and Turkey director of  Writers Capital Foundation (WCP) and World Festival of Poetry (WFP network sites. She organises Feminİstanbul Poetry Festival every year.
Since 2017, she is a member of publishing council of international bilingual poetry magazines of  Absent and Rosetta Word Literatura.

Poetry Books:
Self Dictionary-Summary of One Day (2003)
In Front of The Hill (2003)
Secret and Mist (2004): Found as “remarkable” in 2004 Yaşar Nabi Nayır Poem Election
Delayed Mummy (2010): Found as “successful” in 2010 Cemal Süreya Poem Election
The Night Sundering Passion (2012): Given Burhan Günel Private Award in 2013 M. Sunullah Arısoy Poem Election
Strada Care Cautẵ Marea (Selected Poems, Translated to Romanian by Niculina Oprea, 2014)
La Rue Qui Cherce La Mer (Selected Poems, Translated to French by Mustafa Balel, 2016)
Between Night And Fire (Selected Poems, Translated to English by Hilal Karahan, 2017)
Fourty Wounds Fourty Patchwork (May 2017)

Prose Books:
Poem and Quantum (2012)
Nook and Cranny Poem Notes (2014)

Awards:
Secret and Mist: Found as “remarkable” in 2004 Yaşar Nabi Nayır Poem Election
Delayed Mummy: Found as “successful” in 2010 Cemal Süreya Poem Election
The Night Sundering Passion: Given Burhan Günel Private Award in 2013 M. Sunullah Arısoy Poem Election
2017 “World Icon of Peace” award from World Institute For Peace

Contact: 
hilalkarahan108@gmail.com
hilalkarahan@yahoo.com
www.hilalkarahan.com

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