Main Program | Domestic Spaces



 
26 Oct 2019 10:15 - 11:30
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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The domestic, the interior and the personal have traditionally been relegated to the realm of women’s writing, which in recent years has been dismissed as too small to attract significant readership, critical acclaim and writing awards. Our panelists look beyond the censure and speak out in praise of the domestic.

Ranah domestik, lingkup dalam, dan hal yang personal secara tradisional terdegradasi ke ranah penulisan wanita, yang dalam beberapa tahun terakhir dianggap terlalu kecil untuk menarik minat pembaca, penghargaan kritis, dan penghargaan penulisan yang signifikan. Panelis kami melihat lebih jauh kecaman dan menuturkan pujian akan ranah domestik ini.

 

 

 

Featuring

Astrid Edwards

Astrid Edwards is a writer, teacher, podcaster, director and bibliophile. She teaches writing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, hosts The Garret: Writers on Writing, and serves on …


Fanny J. Poyk

Born in the city of Bima in East Nusa Tenggara, Fanny J. Poyk has been writing short stories, novels, biographies, and motivational books and articles since the 1980s. One of …


Megan K. Stack

Megan K. Stack has traveled the world to chronicle war and political upheaval. A journalist and author, she was a finalist for The Pulitzer Prize for Iraq coverage and her …


Fiona Wright

Fiona Wright is a writer, editor and critic from Sydney, Australia. Her book of essays Small Acts of Disappearance won the 2016 Kibble Award and the Queensland Literary Award for …


Archana Pidathala

Archana Pidathala is the author of Five Morsels of Love, a cookbook based on her grandmother’s 1974 Telugu cookbook, Vanita Vanṭakālu. In 2017, Five Morsels of Love was shortlisted for …



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