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Book Launch | Shorter Stories



 
08 Oct 2021 13:30 - 14:30
FREE
Live on UWRF's Facebook & Instagram.

“When days are too short and short stories are too long, shorter stories are just enough.” Join Firnita as she shares the creative process behind her second book, Shorter Stories. In this book, she offers glimpses of a larger story that welcomes readers to reflect on their own lives and find their own version to follow. (This program is pre-recorded)

(This program is presented in Bahasa and pre-recorded)

Supported by Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia

“Ketika hari terlalu singkat dan cerita pendek terlalu panjang, cerita lebih pendek saja sudah cukup.” Bergabunglah dengan Firnita saat ia berbagi proses kreatif di balik buku keduanya, Shorter Stories. Dalam buku ini, ia memberikan sekilas dari cerita yang lebih besar yang menyambut pembaca untuk merenungkan kehidupan mereka sendiri dan menemukan versi mereka sendiri untuk dipilih. (Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya)

(Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya dan dalam Bahasa Indonesia)

Didukung oleh Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia

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Widha Karina

As Kompasiana Content Group Head, Widha is experienced in reading and curating various content from blogger. Her forever interest on socio-politics issue, culture, and art has became her valuable provision …


Firnita

A ‘Jill of all trades’, Firnita holds a degree in Food Technology, though she pursues many other interests. She writes regularly on various platforms; whether scribbling on Medium, venting on …



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