by Nagihan Haliloğlu

Car Park Life – Gareth E. Rees


The account of people claiming public space, although these car parks may be far from the standard health and safety regulations, starts to sound heroic in a country where most land is owned by the landed gentry and public spaces and buildings are continuously being marked for “development.”

Mirrorlands: Russia, China, and the Journeys in Between – Ed Pulford


Pulford’s persona in this book, like all other Englishmen interested in Russia, is Anthony Burgess manqué.

Letter From Balat


Transcending beards and time in Istanbul’s suddenly hip neighborhood.