Main Program | Asia Pacific Futures on the Page, Stage and Screen



 
24 Oct 2019 10:15 - 11:30
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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In a 2019 Entertainment Weekly interview, Amy Tan reflected on the 30 years since her groundbreaking novel The Joy Luck Club was published, commenting on the remarkable difference in Asian representation in literature and film. This panel weighs in on what has changed regarding the reach of and desire for Asia Pacific literatures, and asks what the future might hold.

Dalam sebuah wawancara Entertainment Weekly 2019, Amy Tan merenungkan 30 tahun sejak novel terobosannya The Joy Luck Club diterbitkan, mengomentari perbedaan representasi Asia yang sangat besar dalam sastra dan film. Panel ini mempertimbangkan apa yang telah berubah terkait dengan jangkauan dan keinginan bagi sastra Asia Pasifik, dan memperkirakan apa yang akan terjadi di masa depan.

Featuring

Kadek Sonia Piscayanti

Balinese writer Kadek Sonia Piscayanti has published several books. A theatre director, she manages Mahima Community, and established independent publisher Mahima Institute Indonesia to develop literacy among young writers. In …


Sally Breen

Sally Breen is the author of The Casuals and Atomic City. Her short form creative and non-fiction work has been published widely. She is a Griffith Review Queensland Writing Fellow …


Richard Oh

Writer and director Richard Oh is one of the pioneers of Kusala Sastra Khatulistiwa, an awards event for Indonesian writers. As well as publishing novels, he has written and directed several films. His latest, Perburuan, released this year, is an adaption of the novel by legendary …


Melanie Mununggurr-Williams

Melanie Mununggurr-Williams is the 2018 Australian Poetry Slam Champion. Melanie is a Djapu writer from Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, Australia. She is one of about 4,600 speakers of Yolnu-Matha. Her first poetry book is being published …



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