Adalet Ağaoğlu is a Turkish novelist, playwright, and journalist who has been awarded numerous literary awards for her work. She is best known for her novels, which often focus on the modern Turkish woman and her struggles in a rapidly changing society. Her work has been translated into several languages, including English, French, German, and Spanish. Her first novel, “The Day the Sun Turned Black”, was published in 1997 and was made into a film. She has been awarded the Orhan Kemal Novel Prize, the Türkiye Yazarlar Birliği Novel Prize, and the Golden Orange Film Festival Prize. She is also a columnist for the Turkish newspaper Hürriyet, where she writes about women’s issues and the changing roles of women in modern Turkish society.