Journalist and writer (b. 1925, Çorlu / Tekirdağ – d. 25 December 1990, İstanbul). He also used the pen name Nigne Nahli, a reverse form of his name. He graduated from İstanbul Kabataş High School (1945). He discontinued his studies at İstanbul University, Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Literature. He worked as a civil servant and teacher for a time. Afterwards, he worked as a correspondent and writer at the newspapers Tanin, Akşam, Yeni Sabah, Vatan, Hürriyet and in the reviews Kim and Sır. He was involved in the world of cinema with the screenplays he wrote. He started his literary career with short stories and then wrote novels. He also wrote research works.
SHORT-STORY: İnsanlar Bilselerdi (If Humans Had Known, 1949), Asya Gribi (Asian Flu, 1956), Üç Hovarda (Three Casanovas, 1957).
NOVEL: Göç Yolları Tıkadı (Immigration Blocked the Way, 1955), Kaderden Kaçamazsın (You Cannot Escape Your Fate, 1955), İstanbul'da Aşk Başkadır (It is Different Love in İstanbul, 1959), Allah Seviniz Dedi (God Said Love, 1961), Çıngar (Quarrel, 1964), Komprador (Comprador, 1974).
PLAY: Partinin Adamları (Men of the Party, 1961).
STUDY-RESEARCH: Yaşayan Atatürk (Living Atatürk, 1953), Tanrıların Kağnıları (Two-wheeled oxcarts of the Gods, under the pen name Nigne Nahli, 1974), Geliyor (It’s Coming, 1977), Dünyadaki İsimsiz Savaşın İçyüzü: Eroin, Silah ve Ölüm (Truth About the War on Earth: Heroin, War and Death, 1985).