Main Program | The New and the Old of Indonesian Literature

08 Oct 2021 12:30 - 13:30
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

How do we interpret the development of literary works in Indonesia lately? Indonesian established and emerging writers, Rio Johan, Inggit Putria Marga, and Wayan Sumahardika, elaborate on the issues in Indonesian literature and the current standard that is free and rapid. They will join Ramayda Akmal in discussing the development on speech, themes, and standards of writing in Indonesia.

(This program is pre-recorded)

This session is presented in Bahasa Indonesia

Bagaimana kita memaknai perkembangan karya sastra di Indonesia akhir-akhir ini? Penulis-penulis mapan dan pendatang baru Indonesia, Rio Johan, Inggit Putria Marga, dan Wayan Sumahardika, menguraikan isu-isu dalam sastra Indonesia dan standar saat ini yang bebas dan cepat. Mereka akan bergabung dengan Ramayda Akmal dalam membahas perkembangan pidato, tema, dan standar penulisan di Indonesia.

(Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya)

Sesi in dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia


Rio Johan

Rio Johan’s short story collection entitled Aksara Amananunna was selected as Tempo‘s 2014 Chosen Prose Book. Then, his novel, Ibu Susu, won the 2018 Kusala Sastra Khatulistiwa Award for the …

Ramayda Akmal

Ramayda Akmal’s novel, Jatisaba, won the 2010 Jakarta Arts Council Novel Writing Competition. Her short story collection, Lengkingan Viola Desingan Peluru (Humming Violins and Whistling Bullets), was selected Best Literary …

Inggit Putria Marga

Inggit Putria Marga received the 2005 Cultural Award as the best poetry writer from the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia. Her poems were included in …

I Wayan Sumahardika

Balinese director and writer, Wayan Sumahardika is the Founder of Teater Kalangan, a performance art collective in Bali. His play was selected in the curation of the 2020 Indonesian Lelakon …

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