Poet and writer (b. 1925, Constanţa / Romania). He graduated from Kütahya High School (1974) and Ankara University, Faculty of Political Sciences (1951). He worked as Chief of the Eskişehir Financial Office and as an inspector at the Ministry of Customs and Monopoly.
His poems, reviews and interviews were published in the journals Çınaraltı, Şadırvan, Hisar, Mülkiye, Türk Dili, Varlık beginning from 1954. He won the Turkish Language Association 1962 Interview Award with his serialized interviews called Güneydoğu Yollarında (On the Roads of South-Eastern Anatolia).
INTERVIEW-TRAVEL: Güneydoğu Yollarında (On the Roads of South-Eastern Anatolia, 1962), Gülen Anadolu, Uçaktan Anadolu (Smiling Anatolia, Anatolia From a Plane, 1962),
ANTHOLOGY: Yaşayan Mevlid-i Şerif (Living Blessed Birth- poem by Süleyman Çelebi celebrating the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, 1964),
REVIEW: İki Hacı İki Kurban, Veysel Karani (Two Pilgrims Two Sacrifices, Veysel Karani 1966), Hacı Bayram-ı Veli (Hacı Bayram-ı Veli, 1966), Yaşayan Alevilik (Living Alewism, the beliefs and practices of the Alewi Sect, 1967).