|30 Oct 2017||12:45 - 16:00|
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|Univesitas Negeri Surabaya. Kampus Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Ketintang, Gayungan (Google Maps)|
Australian author Jock Serong received the 2015 Crime Writing Association of Australia Ned Kelly Award for Best First Novel, while his bestselling The Rules of Backyard Cricket was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s Award. His latest novel, On the Java Ridge, concerns Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers. Come and hear from this award-winning author about his creative process and passion for telling crucial stories.
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Penulis Australia, Jock Serong meraih penghargaan Crime Writing Association of Australia Ned Kelly Award di tahun 2015 untuk kategori Best First Novel, sementara karya buku terlarisnya The Rules of Backyard Cricket terpilih untuk Victoria Premier’s Award. Novel terbarunya, On the Java Ridge, menyangkut perlakuan Australia terhadap para pencari suaka. Datang dan dengarkan sesi dari penulis pemenang penghargaan ini tentang proses kreatif dan hasratnya untuk menceritakan kisah penting.
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