The writer born and raised in Turkey has been carrying her love for Georgia all her life. The collection of her stories crosses the border like birds flying over the river Chorokhi, telling about people, their joy and sorrow, weddings and funerals.
The difference between Kevser Ruhi’s prose and poetry is very fine. Sometimes her poetic imagery draws us to the edge of a precipice, which is dangerous, making us dizzy, but beautiful at the same time.
The book is published with Ergun Atabaia’s (Guram Kokoladze) support.