Main Program: Cosmopolitan Creativity



 
26 Oct 2018 14:30 - 15:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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How does leaving home influence the writer’s mind? Whether a short sojourn or a new life in a new location, expanded horizons tend to find their way on to the page. From lonely to life-affirming, our panel shares how time away from home has shaped their work.

Bagaimana bisa meninggalkan rumah memengaruhi cara berpikir para penulis? Entah itu pindah sejenak atau memulai kehidupan baru di tempat yang sama sekali asing, bisa saja Anda mendapat gambaran realitas yang tak terbatas. Dari hidup yang sepi menjadi hidup yang penuh gairah, panel diskusi kami akan menunjukkan gambaran bagaimana keputusan untuk sejenak meninggalkan rumah justru bisa membuat mereka lebih mampu menyelesaikan pekerjaan yang telah mereka mulai.

Featuring

Giuseppe Catozzella

One of Italy’s most popular contemporary writers, Giuseppe Catozzella has published across multiple literary genres, including plays, short stories and novels. His novel Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid, dealing with …


Cath Drake

Cath has been published in anthologies and literary magazines in the UK, Australia and the US. Sleeping with Rivers won the 2013 UK Mslexia/Seren poetry pamphlet prize and was the …


Tiffany Tsao

Tiffany Tsao is the author of novels Under Your Wings, The Oddfits, and The More Known World. Her translations from Indonesian to English include novels by Dee Lestari and Laksmi …


Ghayath Almadhoun

Ghayath Almadhoun is a Palestinian poet who has lived in Stockholm since 2008. He has written four Arabic poetry books, the most recent is Adrenaline (2017). He has two collections …


Gail Jones

Gail Jones is the author of two short story collections and seven novels, most recently The Death of Noah Glass (2018). Her fiction has won several literary awards and is …



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