Main Program: Fantastical Realms



 
26 Oct 2018 10:15 - 11:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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From a man begging forgiveness from a tree, to a woman engaging in intense conversation with a snake in Eden, every poem is a realm of its own. Poetry’s precise form can contrast thrillingly with the wildest imaginings – listen in as these poets reveal the creation stories of the realms inside their minds.

Dari seorang pria yang memohon ampun kepada sebatang pohon, hingga seorang wanita yang terlibat percakapan dengan seekor ular di Eden, setiap puisi membentuk dunianya sendiri. Kenyataan dari makna puisi yang sebenarnya bisa saja sangat kontras jika dibandingkan dengan imajinasi paling liar sekalipun – dengarkanlah para penyair ini mengungkap kisah-kisah penciptaan dari dunia dalam pikiran mereka.

Featuring

Kadek Sonia Piscayanti

Balinese writer Kadek Sonia Piscayanti has published several books, most recently her poetry collection Burning Hair (2017). A theatre director, she manages Mahima Community cultural group, and established independent publisher …


Norman Erikson Pasaribu

Norman Erikson Pasaribu is an Indonesian author based in Jakarta. Tiffany Tsao’s English translation of his first book of poems Sergius Seeks Bacchus is forthcoming in the UK with Tilted Axis …


Kris Da Somerpes

Art and literary activist Kris Da Somerpes lives in Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai Province, on the island of Flores. In 2010 Kris founded Flores Sastra, an online medium intended as …


Avianti Armand

Avianti Armand is an author, poet, curator, and architect. She led the Indonesian curatorial team at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice in 2014. She received the Khatulistiwa Literary …


Aan Mansyur

M Aan Mansyur works as a community librarian at Katakerja, a social and creative space in Makassar, and is the Makassar International Writers Festival program curator. He is the author …



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