Born in Istanbul, Asli Erdogan graduated from Robert College in 1983 and the Computer Engineering Department of Boğaziçi University in 1988. She worked at CERN as a particle physicist from 1991 to 1993 and received an MSc in physics from Boğaziçi University. She began research for a PhD in physics in Rio de Janeiro before returning to Turkey to become a full-time writer in 1996.
In 2010 she received the Sait Faik Literature Prize, Turkey’s most important literary prize. She has been an active supporter of human rights since 1993. She released short stories, novels and poetry, and her works are translated into many languages.
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- Mucizevi Mandari (novel, 86 p., The Miracolous Mandarin), Adam Yayınları, 1996
- Kırmızı Pelerinli Ken (novel, 144 p., The City in Crimson Cloak), Everest Yayınları, 1998
- Tahta Kuşlar (short stories, The Wooden Birds),
- Bir Yolculuk Ne Zaman Biter (167 p.), Can Everest Yayınları, 2000
- Kabuk Adan, (166 p. )İş Bankası Y., 2002
- Hayatın Sessizliğinde (Poetic prose, 188p., In the silence of life), Turkuvaz Yayınları, 2005
- Bir Delinin Güncesi,(166 p., The Diary of a fool) Everest Yayınları, 2007
- Taş Bina ve Diğerleri (Novella and short story, 134 p.), Everest Yayınları, 2009
- Bir Kez Daha, Everest Yayınları, 2009