|Subtitle||Voices from a Divided City|
|By||Editors: Alev Adil, Aydin Mehmet Ali, Bahriye Kemal, Maria Petrides|
Cyprus’ capital Nicosia has been split by a militarised border for decades. In this collection, writers from all sides of the divide reimagine the past, present and future of their city.
Together, these writers journey beyond the beaten track creating a complete picture of Nicosia, the world’s last divided capital city, that defies barriers of all kinds.
Alev Adil is a performance artist-poet and a literary critic for the TLS.
Aydin Mehmet Ali has worked as an arts and education adviser to the London Mayor and Local Education Authorities. She is the founder of Literary Agency Cyprus.
Bahriye Kemal is a research associate and lecturer at the Centre for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Kent.
Maria Petrides is an independent writer, editor and translator.