The literary master Bülent Parlak has passed away.

Bülent Parlak, the founder and editor-in-chief of Izdiham Magazine, which publishes in the fields of culture, art and literature, has died at the age of 43.

Izdiham Magazine announced Bülent Parlak’s death with the words “Inna Lillahi ve İnna Ileyhi Raciun”.


Bülent Parlak’s last post before his death was heartbreaking…

“Life begins at birth because there is a concept of time; ends in death. Where there is no time and everything meets eternity.


He was born in Malatya as the last child in a family of eight children. The poet has four older brothers and three older sisters.

Bright attended primary, secondary and high school in the town of Konak in Malatya. He won the Faculty of Communications at Istanbul University and studied there for a year. During these years he worked in the advertising department of a newspaper, where he completed an internship. The poet, who graduated first from the schools he attended, had to leave the Faculty of Communications due to financial constraints. In the following years, he passed the university exam again and won the Faculty of Education of Samsun Ondokuz Mayıs University. But since he is married and has a child, it was very difficult to work in Istanbul and commute to Samsun. His student life at the Faculty of Education lasted 7 years and he graduated.

In 2010, the poet summarized his poems, which he had previously published in Dergah, in his poetry collection “Dear Huzursuzüzüm”. He published his book of essays entitled The Invention of Solitude, which he wrote in 2012 and dedicated to his father Ricakeş in 2014, and his volumes of poetry entitled It’s Too Late for Everything in 2018.

Source: Haber Global

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