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Category Archives: On writing about my life with the Karagöz puppets
“Love is grabbing hold to the great Lion’s mane” or so go the words from the poet Hafiz. I’ve been clinging to that mane – whipping in the wind it often seems – for eleven years now. Actually, it has been … Continue reading
Today, Hacivad Bey poked his head around the corner of my living room and inquired about my well-being. “It’s been a long time, M’lady, since you’ve let us come out and play!” Sighing, I responded, “Indeed, Hacivad Bey, it has. … Continue reading