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Arjen Arî

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Nationality  Kurdish
Arjen Arî Arjen Ari Alchetron The Free Social Encyclopedia
Occupation  Poet, writer, journalist
Literary movement  The generation of Kurdish poets emerging after 2000
Died  30 October 2012, Diyarbakır, Turkey

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Arjen Arî (1956 in Nusaybin, Turkey – 30 October 2012 in Amed/Diyarbakir) was a contemporary Kurdish poet and writer.

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Biography

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He was born in the village of Çalê located in the region of Nusaybin in southeastern Turkey. He graduated from the Turkish department of Diyarbakir College of Education in 1979. He was arrested for one week on charges of owning and distributing Kurdish and Turkish political pamphlets in 1976.

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His writings have appeared in many Kurdish literary magazines including: Tîrêj, Berbang, Nûdem, Çira, Pelîn, and Rewşen. After being attacked by unidentified gunmen in 1992, he moved to Diyarbakir where he lived till his death.

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He was one of the founders of the Kurdish Writers Association in 2004 and he serves as its public relations officer.

Books

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  1. Ramûsan min veşartin li geliyekî, Poems, Avesta Publishers, 2000.
  2. Ev çiya rûspî ne, Poems, Avesta Publishers, 2002.
  3. Destana Kawa, Novel, Elma Publishers, 2003.
  4. Eroûtîka, Poems, Lis Publishers, 2006.
  5. Bakûrê Helbestê / Antolojiya Helbesta Bakûr (Anthology of Northern Kurdish Poetry), Union of Kurdish Writers of Duhok Publishers, 2008.
  6. Şêrgele, Poems, Avesta Publishers, 2008.
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References

Arjen Arî Wikipedia


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