Researcher and writer (b. 1 September 1956, Eskipazar / Karabük). He attended primary and the Seconday School in İstanbul, and Kırşehir Primary School Teacher Training School for Boys. After working as a teacher in Eruh in Siirt (1974-75), he entered İstanbul University and graduated from Faculty of Literature and Çapa Teacher Training Academy, Department of Turkish Language and Literature (1979). He served as a teacher in various secondary and high schools. In 1990, he completed his master thesis on “Yahya Kemal'in Şiirlerinde Edebî Sanatlar” (The Literary Styles in the Yahya Kemal’s Poetry) in the İstanbul University Social Sciences Institute. Starting from the 1990, he began to work as a Director of Encyclopedias Publishing in the Ministry of Culture. He was retired from the City National Education Directorate in December 2001. He has still worked as an academician in the Kültür University.
His first article “Cengiz Dağcı”, were published in Hareket review (August, 1979). His articles, essays and interviews were published in Hareket, Divan, Türk Edebiyatı, Orkun, Türk Dili, Millî Folklor, etc. Between the years 1984-94, he worked as an editor in the Türk Edebiyatı review. Starting from March 2001 he has worked as a chief editor. He had rather given in the biography and text analysis genres. Recently he published a travel notes of cities in the Türk Edebiyatı review (2001-) in which he told predominantly cities’ local and historical features. He has been a member of The Professional Association of Scientific and Literary Work Owners of Turkey and the Turkish Literature Association.
Türklük Mücahidi İsa Yusuf (The Warrior of Turkism İsa Yusuf , with Altan Deliorman and Abdülkadir Donuk, 1991), Açıklamalı Edebî Sanatlar (Explained Literary Styles, 1992), Cengiz Dağcı'nın Dört Romanı (Four Novels of Cengiz Dağcı, 1992), Gök Kubbemizin Şairi Yahya Kemal (Poets of Our Sky: Yahya Kemal, 1998), Kırım'dan Londra'ya Cengiz Dağcı (From Kırım to London Cengiz Dağcı, edition with four novels of Cengiz Dağcı, 1998), Namık Kemal (Namık Kemal, 1999), İstiklal Marşımız ve Mehmet Akif Ersoy (Our Liberation Anthem and Mehmet Akif Ersoy, 1999), Ziya Gökalp (Ziya Gökalp, 2001), Ahmet Hâşim (Ahmet Haşim, 2001), Türkü Söyleyen Şehirler (Cities that Sings Folk Songs, 2005).