Maria Eliades
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Maria Eliades is a Greek-American writer, editor, and translator who was born in New York, raised in New Jersey but currently lives in Istanbul, Turkey. She's covered everything from Turkish literature in translation to visual art to Greek/Turkish culture, politics, and education to fashion for a variety of publications.
 
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ink&paper: Custom Made Stationary, Invitations, and More

17 February 2013

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The owner of ink&paper, George Pavlioğlu, has roots in Istanbul, which stretch deep, but his invitation, stationery, and bookbinding boutique in Nişantaşı actually has its roots (and printing press) in Athens.

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Latest Interview

Elif Batuman

18 August 2012

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Turkish-American writer Elif Batuman is the recipient of the Rona Jaffa Foundation Writers' Award for humor and the Whiting Award for her debut book, The Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People who read them, a collection of essays on studying Russian Literature based on her time at Stanford University. Batuman is currently Koç University's Writer in Residence and a staff writer for "The New Yorker."

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