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Caroline Eden

Caroline Eden is a writer contributing to the travel, food and arts pages of the Guardian, Financial Times and the Times Literary Supplement. The author of two books, ‘Samarkand’ (Kyle Books, 2016) and ‘Black Sea’ (Quadrille, 2018), she is currently working on a new travelogue with recipes entitled ‘Red Sands’ to be published by Quadrille in autumn 2020.


  • Golden Glories of Kazakhstan

    Gold of the Great Steppe at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

    From Issue 64

    Caroline Eden admired the Saka treasures at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, where an ancient Turkic steppe civilisation revealed its secrets

  • The Fabric of Life: Ergun Çağatay’s Epic Journey

    From Issue 62

    For 15 years, as the Cold War thawed, the photographer Ergun Çağatay criss-crossed the vast expanse of the Turkic-speaking world. Capturing people at work, at play and at prayer, he unravelled the threads of myth and culture that unite them across wildly varying lands. Caroline Eden tells Çağatay’s remarkable story

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