Main Program | Read to Me: Poetry



 
26 Oct 2019 13:00 - 14:15
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

We’ve gathered a stellar line up of UWRF’s finest to regale you with all things poetic. There’s nothing left for you to do but pick up some lunch from a Festival food stall, sit back and soak up the sounds of a good stanza.

Kami telah mengumpulkan deretan bintang terbaik UWRF untuk menghibur Anda dengan semua hal yang puitis. Anda hanya perlu membawa camilan yang bisa Anda beli di stan makanan Festival, duduk dan bersantai sembari menikmati suara-suara dari sebuah bait yang indah.

Featuring

Irwan Bajang

Irwan Bajang’s works include the poetry collection Sketsa Senja (2006), and the novels Rumah Merah (2008), Malam Tanpa Ujung (2014), and Hantu, Presiden, dan Buku Puisi Kesedihan (2017). Through Indie …


Theoresia Rumthe

Theoresia Rumthe published the poetry collection Rona Kata with friends in Bandung in 2010. She co-authored the poetry collection Tempat Paling Liar di Muka Bumi with Weslly Johannes in 2016, …


Helena Natasha

Helena Natasha is a poet, content creator, and copywriter. Starting out by writing commissioned poetry and connecting with readers via Instagram, she has built a reader community online. She has published …


Eunice Andrada

Eunice Andrada is a Filipina poet based between Parañaque, the Philippines and Sydney, Australia. Flood Damages (Giramondo Books, 2018) is her first collection of poetry. Her work has won the …


Andy Craven-Griffiths

Andy Craven-Griffiths is a poet and playwright from the UK. He is a previous Glastonbury Slam Champion and BBC Verb New Voice. His debut play, Joygernaut, is about kindness, and …


Jenny Zhang

Jenny Zhang is the author of the story collection Sour Heart and the poetry collection Dear Jenny, We Are All Find. She is the recipient of the Pen/Bingham Award for …



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