Selim Özdoğan

Selim Özdoğan was born in Germany in 1971 and has been publishing his prose since 1995. He has won numerous prizes and grants and taught creative writing at the University of Michigan.

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Selim Özdoğan

‘Honest, urgent and emotional.’ Augsburger Allgemeine. Published 1st April 2022. Part two of the Anatolian Blues trilogy. ‘You’ll live out your lives in a foreign country,’ Gül is warned. But the whole world is foreign when you’re far from your loved ones. The train ride to Germany ushers in the days of long-awaited letters, night-time

  • 52 Factory Lane
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    1 April 2022
  • 52 Factory Lane
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    1 April 2022
Selim Özdoğan

‘It has epic simplicity. Özdoğan’s language is plain, but it carries with it the author’s sympathy with his characters, including the contradictory ones.’ Süddeutsche Zeitung Part one of the Anatolian Blues trilogy. Told with great affection for his characters, Selim Özdoğan’s trilogy traces out the life of Gül, a Turkish girl who grows up in

  • The Blacksmith’s Daughter
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    1 March 2021
  • The Blacksmith’s Daughter
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    288 pages
    1 March 2021
    Approx. €15