Sabah newspaper writer Engin JuniperHe died in the hospital where he was treated in Bağcılar.
WHO IS ENGIN ARDIÇ?
Engin Ardıç was born on February 1, 1952 in Trabzon. His mother’s name is Vesile and his father’s name is Mustafa Şevki Ardıç. He graduated from Galatasaray High School in 1970 and from Boğaziçi University, Department of Political Sciences in 1976. He started his journalism career in 1970 in “Theater ’70” magazine. He worked as a copywriter, broadcaster for the BBC Turkish broadcasting service, theater and literary critic for Cumhuriyet and Politics newspapers, and broadcast consultant for Nokta magazine. His columns were published in the newspapers Dünya, Sabah, Star and Akşam. He made the comment of the day after the main news bulletin on Inter Star television, which is called Star TV today. He also wrote articles in Elele, Tempo and Playmen magazines. Engin Ardıç has been a columnist for Sabah newspaper since February 24, 2008.
ENGIN ARDIÇ’S BOOKS
The One Who Tells the Truth from Nine Villages… (1988)
Female Faces (1989)
Islam in Texas (1989)
Şengül Hamam (1989)
Mustafa Kemal Wasn’t Red Like You! (1990)
Typewriter Concertos (1990)
Tegel Tegel Sadness (1991)
The Bourgeoisie Is Destroying Haha… (1999)
WHY DID ENGIN ARDIÇ DIE?
In the statement made by Sabah newspaper on Ardıç’s death, the following was recorded:
“Sabah Newspaper writer Engin Ardıç died in Bağcılar Medipol Mega University Hospital, where he was being treated. Ardıç had been struggling with a relentless disease for 6 months.”