Perihan Magden

Perihan Magden: "If people offend my country I do feel Turkish"

December 2008 -

Perihan Magden (Istanbul, 1960) latest novel Who were we running from, mother is about the fears she felt when she was prosecuted and taunted because of her support of a conscientious objector. "I feared for my life," says Magden in an interview about her books, her life and the power of a columnist.


Perihan Magden: 'Luckily, no one knows my face'

September 2008 -

Perihan Magden is both loved and feared in Turkey. Every morning she shakes her readers awake every morning with dead-sharp analyses and witty remarks. However, she must also pay the price.

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