Book Launch | 3.67

30 Oct 2020 17:00 - 18:00
/ / Free Event

Nara is a coffee shop co-owner in Jakarta. In a world where the walls have ears and each citizen’s every movement is under technological surveillance, accidentally leaving your smartphone at home is not a petty mistake. Nara is charged with a three-month probation, and a parole officer named Alta is assigned to her case.

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Sekar Langit

Sekar Langit published her debut novel 3.67 in 2019. Her poems have been published in multiple anthologies; Masa Depan (Penerbit Rumah Kita, 2019), Lomba Cipta Puisi Hari Ibu (Badan Sastra, …

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