The Bosphorus Review of Books
As the non-fiction section editor for the Bosphorus Review of Books, I write bi-monthly book reviews and I curate all of our book review submissions. I’m very excited to be an editor at the Bosphorus Review, as it is a blossoming English language literary outlet in Istanbul.
Here is a list of my work published in the Bosphorus Review:
- Review: Don Quixote, Volume I by Miguel de Cervantes
- Review: Natural Novel by Georgi Gospodinov
- Mind your Suffixes: On the Turkish Themes in The Idiot by Elif Batuman
- The Camera and Narrative Agency: “Blow-up” by Julio Cortázar
- Why you should read: Memed, My Hawk by Yashar Kemal
- Why you should read: Kafka’s Curse by Achmat Dangor
More on Submissions
Deadline: We accept rolling submissions, which means you can submit at any time.
Topic: Book reviews with a regional emphasis (Aegean, Balkan, Turkish, Middle Eastern, etc.), reviews on works of literature in translation, reviews that make a case for translation, comparative reviews, or reviews on works surrounding the themes of emigration, expatriation, or exile will all be given preference. However, we are open-minded about your submissions and we accept writing about work of all genres. The material may be old or new.
Word count: Roughly 1000-3000 words
Submitting: Send your book review submission to Erica Eller at firstname.lastname@example.org.