Main Program: The Big Read: Journeys



 
26 Oct 2018 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

It’s one of life’s pleasures: having someone read to you. Let your imagination wander with some of UWRF’s finest storytellers as they share tales of adventure, stories of discovery and journeys of the heart. Grab a tasty bite from our food stalls, put your feet up, and let our scribes take care of the rest.

Ada salah satu hal paling menyenangkan dalam hidup, yaitu mempunyai seseorang yang mau membacakan cerita untuk Anda. Biarkan imajinasi Anda menari dengan beberapa pencerita terbaik di UWRF saat mereka membagikan kisah tentang petualangan, cerita-cerita tentang penemuan dan perjalanan yang berkesan. Siapkan camilan yang bisa Anda beli di tenda-tenda makanan yang tersedia, segera melangkah kesana, dan biarkan para ahli ini memberikan kejutannya.

Featuring

Daisuke Takeya

Daisuke Takeya is a Toronto-Tokyo based interdisciplinary artist, curator, collector, art educator and community advocate. His practice explores nature and plausibility. Daisuke has conducted numerous art projects, traveling exhibits, and …


Agustinus Wibowo

Agustinus Wibowo is an Indonesian travel writer and travel photographer. His books include Selimut Debu (A Blanket of Dust, 2010), Garis Batas (Borderlines: A Journey through Central Asia, 2011), and …


Will Buckingham

Will Buckingham is a philosopher, anthropologist and writer across multiple genres. He is interested in the places where stories intersect and philosophies cross-pollinate, those points of cultural encounter where new …


José Luís Peixoto

José Luís Peixoto is one of Portugal’s most acclaimed and bestselling contemporary novelists. He has a vast work in fiction and poetry and has received several Portuguese and international literary …


Carlo Pizzati

Carlo Pizzati is the author of two novels, three nonfiction books and a collection of short stories. He lives with his wife near a fishing village in India where he …


Jessie Cole

Jessie Cole is the author of two novels, Darkness on the Edge of Town and Deeper Water. Her new memoir, Staying, is about the importance of home, family and forgiveness …


Jay Griffiths

Jay Griffiths is an award-winning writer influenced by Indigenous cultures. She has written on the politics of time (Pip Pip); the importance of wildness (Wild); the natural world in childhood …


Geoff Dyer

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Geoff Dyer is the author of four novels and nine works …



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