|10 Oct 2021||14:00 - 14:45|
|Main Program / Main Program 10 Oct / UWRF Perth||IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)|
|Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant, Bali & The Rechabite Hall, Perth.|
When a global health crisis closes borders between and within countries, does literature’s potential to transport people to new places take on greater significance? David Allan-Petale, whose debut novel, Locust Summer, was drafted in Ubud and completed while travelling around Australia in a caravan, will be joined by Agustinus Wibowo to discuss travel as a source of creative inspiration and the challenges faced by writers during these COVID times.
(This session is presented in English)
Supported by WritingWA
Ketika krisis kesehatan global menutup perbatasan antara dan di dalam negara, apakah potensi sastra untuk membawa orang ke tempat baru menjadi lebih penting? David Allan-Petale, yang novel debutnya, Locust Summer, dikonsep di Ubud dan diselesaikan saat berkeliling Australia dengan karavan, akan bergabung dengan Agustinus Wibowo untuk membahas perjalanan sebagai sumber inspirasi kreatif dan tantangan yang dihadapi penulis selama waktu COVID ini.
(Sesi ini dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Inggris)
Didukung oleh WritingWA
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