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Hannie Rayson

11/23/14

Hannie Rayson is the author of 14 plays. She has an established reputation for topical, complex dramas. Her plays include Hotel Sorrento, Falling From Grace, Life After George, Scenes From A Separation (co-written with Andrew Bovell), Inheritance, Two Brothers, The Glass Soldier, The Swimming Club and Extinction. She has been performed throughout Australia at all […]


Chuah Guat Eng

11/21/14

Chuah Guat Eng broke the silence of Malaysian women writing in English in 1994 with her first novel Echoes of Silence. She has since published Tales from the Baram River (2001), a collection of Sarawak folktales re-told for children; The Old House and Other Stories (2008); a second novel, Days of Change (2010); and Dream […]


Gillian Terzis

11/20/14

Gillian Terzis is an Australian writer interested in Indonesian history, politics and culture. Her work has appeared in Foreign Policy, The Australian, The Guardian and The Diplomat, among others. Supported by Asialink Find out more about Gillian Terzis


Elliott Bledsoe

11/20/14

Elliott Bledsoe does all things that publish, play, post, tweet and trend. He helps artists and arts organisations to plan and manage their communications and stop talking art wank. Currently he is the National Digital Arts Platform Producer at Regional Arts Australia. He has also been Acting Marketing Manager of ABC RN at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Digital Content […]


Becky Wicks

11/19/14

Becky Wicks is a HarperCollins and indie author of new adult romance and three travel memoirs about her time in Dubai, Bali and South America (HarperCollins): Burqalicious–The Dubai Diaries, Balilicious– The Bali Diaries and Latinalicious–The South America Diaries. She’s lived and scribbled in New York, London, Sydney, Dubai and Bali. Becky has also written a comedy […]


Bas Heijne

11/19/14

Bas Heijne is a Dutch writer and essayist. He is the author of two novels, a collection of short stories and various book-length essays about the rise of populism and fundamentalism and the new search for identity in a globalised world. His book about Louis Couperus (1863-1923), the most famous Dutch novelist, was published in […]


André Dao

11/19/14

André Dao is a writer of fiction and nonfiction. His work has appeared in The Monthly, Meanjin, Going Down Swinging, Crikey, The New Philosopher, The Conversation, Harvest Magazine, The Lifted Brow, Voiceworks, Kill Your Darlings, Arena, and anthologies published by Oxford University Press, Penguin Australia, Wakefield Press and Finch Publishing. He is a 2014 Asialink […]


Karim Allam

11/19/14

Karim Allam is the manager and colourist of the comic the Muslim Show. He is French, 37 years oldand from Amiens. Together with his two co-founders, Allam has prouced three volumes of the Muslim Show comic series:Vol 1: Ramadhan, Vol 2: Marriage, Vol 3: Neighbour, Neighbour. Find Karim Allam on Facebook Follow Karim Allam on Twitter Find […]


Manuka Wijesinghe

10/29/14

Manuka Wijesinghe was born in Ceylon and became an adult in Sri Lanka. Writing is that which has enabled her to leave the horizon at the end of her island. She has a passion for detail. She spends hours studying the intricacies of grammar in languages she doesn’t speak. But it exercises her left brain. […]


Willie Smits

10/29/14

Willie Smits studied tropical forestry in the Netherlands and obtained his doctorate in Wageningen. He worked for many years in tropical forestry research in Indonesia. From 1992-1998 he was the personal advisor to the Minister of Forestry in the Indonesian government. Dr Smits is the designer and founder of the Schmutzer Primate Center in Jakarta. […]


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