VISUALITY, NON-AGENCY AND FOUND FOOTAGE IN HEVES:
New Trends in Contemporary Turkish Poetry (2003–2010)
Efe Murad – September 16, 2017
there was the obscurantist poetry that was purported by Murat Üstübal and Bülent Keçeli. Their primary influence was Mustafa Irgat, a long-forgotten poet and cinephile from the 70s, who rarely published any of his overworked poems, which he extensively revised and rewrote for at least a couple of decades.