(b. 1975, Duisburg, Germany) is a graduate of Marmara University’s Preschool Education Teaching Department. She is co-founder of AnatoliaLit Agency.
(b. 1982, London, UK) moved to Turkey in 1996 and studied English Language and Literature at Ege University. She received her MA in Comparative Literature from King’s College London. Her English translations of Turkish short stories have been published in various books and magazines.
(b. 1978, Circleville, Ohio, USA) is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, with B.A. degrees in Near Eastern and Classical Archaeology and German Language and Literature. Co-founder of AnatoliaLit, Spangler is the translator of The City in Crimson Cloak
by Asli Erdogan (Soft Skull, 2007) and the co-editor and co-translator of Istanbul Noir
(Akashic Books, 2008). Her English translations of Turkish short stories have been published in various books and magazines.
(b. 1979, Muş, Turkey) is a graduate of the Marmara University Department of English Teaching. He is the Turkish translator of Mother of the Believers
by Kamran Pasha (Epsilon, 2010) and A History of Language
by Steven Roger Fischer (İş Bankası, forthcoming). He has been a part of the AnatoliaLit team since 2008.