Festival Club | A Discussion of Works of UWRF Emerging Writers with Indolitclub

27 Oct 2022 17:45 - 18:30
/ Free
Rumah Buku. Taman Baca @Festival Hub (Google Maps)

Join a lively Indolitclub discussion of two stories from the UWRF 2022 Anthology. The stories were written by Eko Darmoko and Sasti Gotama from their unique cultural, historical, social, and political perspectives. Toni Pollard and Kesty Pringgoharjono founded the Indolitclub discussion group in Sydney in 2018. Indolitclub opens the floor for a fun yet serious conversation about the literary value of the selected texts and what they convey about Indonesia.

Ikuti diskusi Indolitclub yang semarak tentang dua cerita dari buku Antologi UWRF 2022. Kisah-kisah tersebut ditulis oleh Eko Darmoko dan Sasti Gotama dari perspektif budaya, sejarah, sosial dan politik mereka yang unik. Toni Pollard dan Kesty Pringgoharjono mendirikan grup diskusi Indolitclub di Sydney pada tahun 2018. Indolitclub membuka ruang untuk diskusi yang menyenangkan namun serius tentang nilai sastra dari teks-teks yang dipilih dan apa yang mereka sampaikan tentang Indonesia.


Toni Pollard

Toni Pollard taught Indonesian in New South Wales high schools and the University of Western Sydney for more than 35 years. Upon her retirement in 2004, she took up Indonesian …

Eko Darmoko

Eko Darmoko is a prolific writer born in Surabaya. His short stories have been published in Kompas Daily, Koran Tempo, Jawa Pos, Radar Surabaya, Radar Malang, Surabaya Post, Basabasi.co, and …

Sasti Gotama

Sasti Gotama’s collection of short stories Mengapa Tuhan Menciptakan Kucing Hitam? (Diva Press, 2020), became one of Tempo’s 2020 Recommended Books, was a nominee for the 2021 Ministry of Education …

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