Main Program: Serial Storytellers



 
28 Oct 2018 11:45 - 12:45
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

Surely the only thing better than a good book is an entire series of good books. Meet three authors who have created wondrous worlds that keep readers coming back for more. From story arcs to the unique fan culture that a series inspires, they’ll compare notes on being in it for the literary long haul.

Tentu, satu-satunya hal yang lebih baik daripada buku yang bagus adalah buku seri yang bagus. Temui tiga penulis yang telah menciptakan dunia menakjubkan, yang mampu membuat pembaca kembali membaca demi menemukan hal menarik di balik kisahnya lagi dan lagi. Dari inti cerita hingga budaya unik para penggemarnya yang terinspirasi dari penggalan karyanya, mereka datang dan membandingkan catatan mengenai karyanya dan pengaruh sastra jangka panjang yang diciptakannya.

Featuring

Norman Ince

Norman Ince has taught English for over 25 years in Indonesia, most recently at Jakarta Intercultural School. Over this time he has cultivated a strong interest in Indonesian literature and …


Tiffany Tsao

Tiffany Tsao is the author of novels Under Your Wings, The Oddfits, and The More Known World. Her translations from Indonesian to English include novels by Dee Lestari and Laksmi …


Isobelle Carmody

Isobelle Carmody is a well-known Australian author who has written for children and adults and has a host of award-winning novels to her credit. She began the first of her …


Dee Lestari

Dewi Lestari, popularly known by her pen name Dee Lestari, is one of the frontrunners of Indonesia’s modern book scene. Dee initiated her career in the music industry as a …



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