(b. 1895, İstanbul - d. 3 June 1975, İstanbul). He graduated from İstanbul University,
Faculty of Medicine (1918). He used F. Celalettin, F. Celal, Fahri Celalettin
as pen names. He worked as a chief doctor and clinic chief at Toptaşı, Manisa and Bakırköy
Emergency Hospitals and retired in
Talak-ı Selase (Final Divorce, 1923), Kına Gecesi (The Henna Night, 1927), Eldebir Mustafendi (Eldebir Mustafendi, 1943), Avurzavur Kahvesi (The Avurzavur Coffeehouse, 1948), Salgın (Contagious, 1953), Rüzgâr (The Wind, 1955), Çanakkale'deki Keloğlan (Kel–oğlan in Çanakkale, 1960; first published with the name Keloğlan Çanakkale Muharebelerinde-Keloğlan in the Gallipoli Wars, 1939), Bütün Hikâyeler (All Stories, with the pen name Fahri Celal, 1973).