Books in French:

La Ville dont la Cape est Rouge (Actes Sud, translated by Esin Soysal Dauvergne , 2003, Babel no 1577,soft cover edition 2019)

Le Mandarin Miraculeux (Actes Sud, translated by Jean Descat, 2006)

Les Oiseaux de Bois (Actes Sud, translated by Jean Descat , 2009)

Le Batiment de Pierre (Actes Sud, translated by Jean Descat 2013)

Le Silence meme n’est plus a toi (Actes Sud, Julien LaPeyre,2017, Babel no 1653), audiobook: by Catherine Deneuve (Les Femmes)

L’homme Coquillage (Actes Sud, translated by Julien  Lapeyre,2018)

Requiem pour une Ville Perdue (Actes Sud,translated by Julien Lapeyre 2020)

Je t’interpelle dans la Nuit (M.E.E.T. Maison des ecrivains etrangers  et des traducteurs de Saint-Nazaire, translated by Esin Soysal Dauvergne, 2009)

Books in German:

Die Stadt mit der Roten Pelerine (Unionsverlag, 2008 soft cover 2019, translated by Angelika Gillitz -Acar and Angelika Hoch))

Der Wundersame Mandarin (Galata 2011, Unionsverlag e-book 2016, translated by Recai Hallac)


Nicht einmal das Schweigen gehort uns noch (Knaus, 2017)

Das Haus aus  Stein (Penguin-Germany, 2018, translated by Gerhard Meier)

Book in English:

The City in Crimson Cloak (Soft Skull Publishing, 2008, translated by Amy Spangler)

The Stone Building and Other Places ( The City Lights,2018, translated by Sevinç Türkkan)

Books in Norwegian

Byen Med den Rode Kappa (Gylendal Norsk Forlag-  Marg series, 2004, translated by Gunvald Ims)

Den Mirakulose Mandarin (Gyldendal XS Series,2010 translated by Gunvald Ims)

Steinbygningen (Gyldendal XS Series, 2013 translated by Gunvald Ims)

Na er ikke engang tillheten din (Gyldendal, 2017,translated by Ingeborg Fossestol)

Skjellmannen (Gyldendal, 2019 translated by Ingeborg Fossestol)

Books in Swedish:

Den Mirakulose Mandarinen ( Ramus Förlag, 2008, translated by Ulla Lundström)

Staden in Röda Kappan (Ramus 2010, translated by Ulla Lundström)

Stenbyggnaden (Ramus 2013, translated by Ulla Lundstrom))

Inte Ens Tynsttnaden är Langre var egen (Ramus, 2017, translated by Ulla Lundström)

Books in Italien

Il Mandarino Meraviglioso (Keller Editore, 2014, translated by Giulia Ansaldo)

Neppure il silenzio e piu tuo(Garzanti, 2016, translated by Giulia Ansaldo)

La Citta del Mantello Rosso (Garzanti, 2020, translated by Giulia Ansaldo)

English (The Soft Skull and The City Lights), German (Unionsverlag, Knaus, Penguin Germany), French (Actes Sud), Italien (Keller, Garzanti), Norwegian (Gyldendal), Swedish (Ramus), Greek (Potamos), Danish (C§K Verlag), Dutch (Degeus), Portuegese(Clube do Autor), Croatian (Fraktura), Romanian (Polirom), Bosnian (Buybook), Bulgarien (Agon, Paradox), Macedonian and Albanian (Gotan) , Kurdish (Aryen) , Arabic (Cadmos and El Arabia), Spanish (Armenia), Catalan (PEN translation)

El Edificio de Piedra

“The Stone Building and Other Places“, a collection of short stories and a novella, has been translated to Spanish by Rafael Carpintero Ortega and published by Armaenia Publishing  with a ten month month delay due to pandemic: EL EDIFICIO DE PIEDRA The book was originally published in Turklish in 2009, receiving the prestigious SAIT FAIK AWARD the following year. In fact, one of the three stories in the collection, “The Wooden Birds“ had received a Deutsche Welle Award back in 1996 and had been translated to almost all European languages. Actes Sud had published in a collection of short stories by the author under the same tittle.

“The Stone Building “is now in more than ten languages:

French: “ La Batiment de Pierre“  (Actes Sud, 2013)

“Les Oiseaux de Bois“     (Actes Sud, 2009) ,  adapted into short film in 2010

Swedish: “Stenbyggnaden“  (Ramus, 2013)

Norwegian: “Steinbygningen“ (Gyldendal, 2013)

(The same year the author received „Ord e Grenzen Literary Prize“, a prize given to female     writers ignored in their own country.)

Portuegese : “O Edificio de Pedra“(Clube de Autor, 2016)

German: “Das Haus Stein“ (Penguin-Germany, 2019)

English: “The Stone Building and Other Places“ (2019)


Kurdish:   “Avahiya Keviri u En Din“ (Aryen, 2020) copyrights of the book dedicated to imprisoned writers

Greek (Potamos) and Indonesian translations are currently pending due to pandemic and the book is currently being translated into Danish..

Aslı Erdoğan is a writer of literature and columnist, human rights defender, ex political prisoner as well as a particle physicist. She is the author of eight books, novels, novellas, collections of poetic prose and essays, translated into more than twenty languages .She was arrested in 2016 for her collaboration with the pro-Kurdish newspaper Özgür Gündem. Aslı Erdoğan has received several prizes in literature and human rights  such as Simone de Beauvoir Award, Karl Tucholsky Award, Erich Maria Remarque Peace Prize, Vaclav Havel Prize among others.  Her work has been adapted into theater and acted in Milan, Graz and Avignon, into classical ballet, radio, a short film and finally  opera.

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