Main Program: Eastern Winds of Change



 
27 Oct 2017 14:30 - 15:30
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Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Once on the outskirts of the Indonesian literary landscape, the eastern part of the archipelago now boasts some of the country’s most promising and exciting young writers. Listen to these young wordsmiths from Makassar, Mataram and Maumere as they recount their journey to be heard and deliberate the distinct issues of the East.

Setelah berada di pinggirandalam pemandangan sastra Indonesia, bagian timur nusantara sekarang menawarkan beberapa penulis muda yang paling menjanjikan dan menarik di negara ini. Dengarkan kata-kata bijak pemuda ini yang berasal dari Makassar, Mataram, dan Maumere saat mereka menceritakan perjalanan mereka untuk didengar dan dirundingkan dengan isu-isu berbeda khas nusantara Timur.

Featuring

Stanley Harsha

Stanley Harsha first came to Indonesia as a young diplomat in 1986, returning for multiple diplomatic tours before writing his memoir, Like the Moon and the Sun. Acculturated into a …


Ibe S. Palogai

From South Sulawesi, Ibe S. Palogai is in his final year of Indonesian Literature at Hasanuddin University. Solilokui is his first poetry collection. His poems have also been included in …


Erich Langobelen

Hailing from East Nusa Tenggara, Erich Langobelen has published the poetry anthology Luna and Mausoleum. He also writes scripts and directs productions for Komunitas Sastra Teater Tanya Ritapiret, a theatre …


Bayu Pratama

Bayu Pratama’s poetry has received numerous awards at local competitions in West Nusa Tenggara. In 2016 he was part of an artist residency program at Bumi Pemuda Rahayu, Yogyakarta. Bayu …



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