Poet. He was born in Çayırlı/Erzincan, in 1969. He completed his primary, secondary and high school education in Çayırlı. He was graduated from Erzurum Ataturk University Kazım Karabekir Education Faculty History Department. He wrote experimental essays in a daily newspaper. He worked as an editor and teacher. First he worked as an editorial board member in Medeniyet Journal Mostar then he worked as editor there. His poems were published in Dergâh and Hece journals. He published essays on poem in such journals as Merdiven, Hece.
“Ali Ayçil is writing with syllabic meter. People accept this choice as Neşet Ertaş’s re-discovery. (…) Syllabic meter is a pastoral letter. So it mostly focuses on nature, country, cranes, village, steppe, geography. Its value comes from its non-existence due to environmental pollution. It is like Karakovan Honey. (…) With respect to Ali Ayçil follows the steps of his elders but by using the current jargon. Instead of being confusing, he is as blunt as possible. Of course to be blunt is very dangerous. You can be found as swallow. They can ask what type of poem is this, what is in it. Presumably poet opens the book and gives them this answer: Sülüsünü almaya her gidende yaradır / Kitaplara daldıkça derinleşen bir yırtmaç.” (Mustafa Kutlu)
POETRY: Arasta’nın Son Çırağı (2000), Naz Bitti (2001).
ESSAY: Ceviz Sandıkları ve Para Kasaları (2002).
STORY: Sur Kenti Hikâyeleri (2003).
REFERENCE: Portre - Ali Ayçil (Merdiven Sanat, Şubat 2000), Numan Efkâr / Arastanın Son Çırağı (Hece, Şubat 2000), Melih Bayram Dede / Türke Mahsus Naz (Yenişafak, 2.12.2001), Mustafa Kutlu / Naz Bitti (Yeni Şafak, 7.11.2001), Mustafa Oğuz / Her Kent Hatıralarıyla Avunur - Sur Kenti Üzerine, Zaman, 25.10.2004), Haydar Ergülen / Şiir Defteri içinde (June 2005), İhsan Işık (TEKAA, 2009).