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Katie Nadworny, a writer and analogue photographer based in Istanbul, is Cornucopia’s Online Arts Editor. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, National Geographic, The Daily Beast, The Independent and BBC Travel, as well as on her blog where she writes about life in Turkey, strange histories, shooting film, and Brutalist monuments. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @katrinkasasha.
‘The Black Rose of Halfeti’ by Nazlı Eray, trans. Robert Finn
An exciting new spirit of creativity is flourishing in Yeldeğirmeni – once a place of windmills and construction workers. But will this vibrant neighbourhood of Kadiköy be able to maintain its delicate balance of old and new? Katie Nadworny reports. Photographs by Monica Fritz
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