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Main Program | Bali’s Young Writers

07 Nov 2020 12:00 - 13:00
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What does Bali look like through the eyes of some of its most promising young writers? As one of the world’s top travel destinations, countless words have been written about the island by foreign writers, but it’s still rare to hear the perspectives of Balinese writers themselves, especially younger authors. Explore Bali’s literature scene and unique local perspectives with these talented young voices.

Seperti apa Bali menurut pandangan beberapa penulis mudanya yang paling menjanjikan? Sebagai salah satu tujuan wisata utama dunia, banyak sekali kata yang ditulis tentang pulau ini oleh penulis asing, tetapi kita masih jarang mendengar perspektif penulis Bali sendiri, terutama penulis yang lebih muda. Jelajahi dunia sastra Bali dan perspektif lokal yang unik bersama suara-suara muda berbakat ini.

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Vanesa Martida

Born in Denpasar, Vanesa Martida is a member of the creative writing community in Bali, Sahaja. SInce 2011, she has been actively involved in various cultural arts program at Bentara …


I Putu Supartika

Born in Karangasem, Bali, I Putu Supartika writes in both Balinese and Indonesian. His published books include Yen Benjang Tiang Dados Presiden (2004), Lelakut (2015), Joged lan Bojog Lua Ane …


Putu Juli Sastrawan

Born in Klungkung, Bali, Putu Juli Sastrawan won the 2017 Anti-Corruption Festival essay competition. His work is part of several anthologies, such as Kota Para Ibu (2014) and Yang Kemudian …


Ni Made Frischa Aswarini

Balinese poet, Ni Made Frischa Aswarini, has had work translated into French and English. Her first poetry book, Tanda bagi Tanya, was longlisted for the Khatulistiwa Literary Award 2018. She …



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