Main Program | Indonesian Emerging Writers 2019



 
24 Oct 2019 11:45 - 12:45
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Each year UWRF puts a call out to emerging writers across the archipelago: send us your stories. This year we received 1,253 submissions, the highest number since the Emerging Writers program’s inception in 2008. The works of five talented wordsmiths were selected for publication in our annual Bilingual Anthology. Come and hear about their journeys to UWRF, and hopes for their creative futures.

Setiap tahun UWRF mengundang para penulis baru dari seluruh nusantara: kirimkan cerita Anda kepada kami. Tahun ini kami menerima 1,253 submisi karya, jumlah tertinggi sejak dimulainya program Penulis Emerging pada tahun 2008. Karya-karya dari lima perangkai kata berbakat telah terpilih untuk dipublikasikan dalam Antologi Dwi Bahasa tahunan kami. Datang dan dengarkan perjalanan mereka menuju UWRF, dan harapan untuk masa depan kreativitas mereka.

Featuring

Ketut Yuliarsa

Ketut Yuliarsa has worked as a writer, actor and musician in Indonesia and Australia, and published two poetry collections. He and his wife Anita established Ubud’s first bookshop, Ganesha Bookshop, …


Lita Lestianti

Lita Lestianti is a housewife. She graduated in Planologie and studied in France for one year.  Lita joined the writing community Forum Lingkar Pena Malang in 2014. In 2017 she …


Nurillah Achmad

Nurillah Achmad was born in Jember, East Java, and learned to write when she was a student at Islamic boarding school TMI Putri Al-Amien Prenduan, Sumenep. She then studied at …


Ilhamdi Putra

Ilhamdi Putra was born in Padang, West Sumatra. A student of the Masters Program in Law at Andalas University, Padang, he is also a researcher at the Bung Hatta Anti-Corruption …


Heru Sang Amurwabumi

Heru Sang Amurwabumi was born in Nganjuk, East Java. He started writing when he joined the One Day One Post Writing Community in 2016, which has published several anthologies. At …


Chandra Bientang

Jakarta-born Chandra Bientang has been familiar with the world of books since childhood. In 2007 she majored in Philosophy at the University of Indonesia and started to learn about literature. …



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