Erospolis, spending the 10-day holiday in the summer house in Çeşme, explains why it is better to escape abroad on religious holidays rather than become part of the family visits-huge crowds-high prices triangle.

Kerem Işık’s dystopian world, as narrated in his latest novel, “Iskalı Karnaval” (The Failed Carnival), is eerily familiar but still hilarious. The 38-year-old writer, who was awarded the Haldun Taner short story award two years ago, says he takes ordinary events and pushes them to the limits of absurdity. Some of the themes comes from […]