Sequoia Nagamatsu


Country: USA

Sequoia Nagamatsu is the author of the bestselling novel, How High We Go in the Dark, a New York Times Editors’ Choice, and the short story collection, Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone. He has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Debut Fiction Prize and the Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction. He is an associate professor of creative writing at St. Olaf College in Minnesota and serves on the faculty of the Rainier Writing Workshop Low-Residency MFA program.

Supported by the Embassy of the United States, Jakarta

Sequoia Nagamatsu adalah penulis dari novel terlaris How High We Go in the Dark, New York Times Editors’ Choice, dan kumpulan cerita pendek, Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone. Ia telah terpilih untuk Waterstones Debut Fiction Prize dan Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction. Ia adalah profesor kepenulisan kreatif di Saint Olaf College di Minnesota dan bertugas di fakultas program Rainier Writing Workshop Low-Residency MFA.

Didukung oleh Kedutaan Besar Amerika Serikat, Jakarta

Appearing in

Main Program | Speculative Fiction: Exploring our Future

Laura Jean McKay, Norman Erikson Pasaribu, and Sequoia Nagamatsu explore the power of speculative fiction to educate and influence our behavior by ultimately posing the “what if?” question through their …


Main Program | In Conversation with Sequoia Nagamatsu

Sequoia Nagamatsu’s debut novel, How High We Go in the Dark, follows generations of intricately-connected characters as humanity attempts to rebuild after a pandemic. This haunting and hopeful story about …