Melih Esen Cengiz
Melih Esen Cengiz was born in Ankara in 1954.He grew up in the small town, Gönen. After graduating from Darussafaka College, he studied economics at Istanbul University and received his M.B.A. degree from Syracuse University in New York. He worked in the private sector for many years. He founded the 1907 Fenerbahçe Association in 1992. He started writing scripts and stories at Istanbul University.He edited and issued the book ‘Asr-ı Fener’, covering the history of the first century of the Fenerbahce Sport Club published as a limited edition, in 2009. Melih Esen Cengiz has a special interest in the history of the First and Second World Wars. He has four novels published; “An Ottoman Summer”(2012), “Marlene’s Orphan”(2013), “Heaven Deserted of Meanings”(2014) and Pigeons of Jerusalem(2016). His books are published by the Turkish publishing house, Altın Kitaplar, Istanbul. He is married with two children.