Writer (b. 1886, Armutlu / İliç / Erzincan – d. 1978). He attended Galata Getronagan Primary School and Robert College. He met and was influenced by Keğam Parsehyan, Zabel Esayan, Savarş Misakyan, Ardaşeş Harutyunyan and Rupen Zartanyan, the important journalists and writers of the time. His works have been translated from Armenian into Turkish by Silva Kuyumcuyan and are important in that they reflect the multi-cultural social structure of his time.
İstanbul Anıları 1897-1940 (Memories in İstanbul 1897-1940, 1993; with notes by Necdet Sakaoğlu, 1998), Armıdan Fırat'ın Öte Yanı (Armıdan, the Other Side of Euphrates, 1998), Küği Gabri İm Meçis (in Armenian), Kapandı Kirve Kapıları (The Gates of the Friends are Closed, short stories, translated by Nurhan Büyük Kürkciyan, 2001), Atina, Tuzun Var mı? (Athens, Do You Have any Salt, 2001).