Main Program | Stone Sky Gold Mountain

13 Oct 2021 16:15 - 17:00
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Set during the gold-rush era in Australia, Stone Sky Gold Mountain is a poignant novel full of unforgettable characters that deal with issues of identity, belonging, racism, and sexual violence. Join Mirandi Riwoe as she shares a heart-breaking and universal story about the exiled and displaced, about those who encounter discrimination and yearn for acceptance.

(This program is pre-recorded)

This session is presented in English

Berlatar pada era demam emas di Australia, Stone Sky Gold Mountain adalah novel pedih yang penuh dengan karakter tak terlupakan yang berhubungan dengan masalah identitas, kepemilikan, rasisme, dan kekerasan seksual. Bergabunglah dengan Mirandi Riwoe saat dia berbagi kisah yang memilukan dan universal tentang orang-orang yang diasingkan dan dipindahkan, tentang mereka yang menghadapi diskriminasi dan mendambakan penerimaan.

(Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya)

Sesi ini dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia


Janet DeNeefe

Melbourne-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder & Director of Ubud Food Festival and Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, has lived in Bali for more than three decades. Her latest book is Bali: …

Mirandi Riwoe

Mirandi Riwoe is the author of Stone Sky Gold Mountain, which won the Queensland Literary Award for Fiction 2020 and the ARA Historical Novel Prize 2020. It was also shortlisted …

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