Writer (b. 6 of March 1913, Edirne – d. 5 of June 2004). He attended İstanbul High School for Boys (1932) and graduated from Istanbul University, Faculty of Literature, Department of Turkish Language and Literature (1936). He worked as teacher at Galatasaray High School and the Academy of Applied Fine Arts and as an art advisor at Akbank.
Güvemli, entering in the world of literature with his essays and critics, became known for his stories that appeared in the magazine Büyük Doğu (1943-44). In the following years he devoted more time to preparing anthologies and research. He is buried in Zincirlikuyu Graveyard.
Kahramanlık Şiirleri Antolojisi (Anthology of Epic Poems, 1943), Yahya Kemal (Yahya Kemal, 1948), Türk Mizah Edebiyatı Antolojisi (Anthology of Turkish Humor Literature, 1949), Türk Romanları (Turkish Novels, 1954), Düşen Yıldızlar (Falling Stars, anthology including selections from the poems of K. Kamu, B. Uşaklı, O. V. Kanık and C. S. Tarancı, 1956), Beş Mevsim (Five Seasons, anthology, including selected poems by B. K. Çağlar, A. M. Dranas, N. F. Kısakürek, A. H. Tanpınar and A. K. Tecer, 1957), Başlangıçtan Bugüne Türk ve Dünya Sanat Tarihi (History of Turkish and World Art from Past to Present, 1960), Sinema Tarihi (History of Cinema, 1960), Büyük Ressam ve Heykeltıraşlar (Great Painters and Sculptors, 1964), Güzel ve Sanat (Beautiful and Art, 1970), Acı Aşklar (Painful Loves, stories of famous pictures, 1972), Resim Sanatı ve Türk Resmi (The Art of Painting and Turkish Painting, 1987), 90’a Bir Kala (One to the Year '90).