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Wawancara dengan Ruang Gramedia

Sebongkah Pemikiran Intan Paramaditha Syarafina Vidyadhana 05 Oktober 2016 G: Anda menulis skripsi mengenai pengalaman sublim tokoh Prometheus dan ideologi gender dalam Frankenstein (Mary Shelley). Selain itu, Anda juga menyukai karya-karya Margaret Atwood. Bagaimana kedua penulis ini mempengaruhi visi Anda sebagai seorang penulis dan feminis? IP: Saya belajar dari Mary Shelley dan Margaret Atwood, sebagaimana juga kemudian

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Undangan terbuka: Kumpulan Budak Setan #2

Januari 2017 Eka Kurniawan, Intan Paramaditha, dan Ugoran Prasad mengundang para penulis untuk berpartisipasi dalam menjelajah berbagai kemungkinan pemaknaan atas cerita horor dan bergabung dalam kumpulan cerita pendek Kumpulan Budak Setan #2. Untuk memperoleh gambaran lebih jauh mengenai proyek ini, silakan tengok buku pertama Kumpulan Budak Setan dan membaca “Pengantar Kumpulan Budak Setan #2”. Informasi selengkapnya di kumpulanbudaksetan.com.

Interview: “I am a Slave to Narrative”

The Indonesian fiction writer Intan Paramaditha on the political potential of horror and writing as a feminist practice December 10, 2015 Intan Paramaditha published her first short story collection, Sihir Perempuan (Black Magic Woman), at the age of 25. That same year, she left Indonesia to go to graduate school in the United States, where she has

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“Apple and Knife” in AAWW’s The Margins

Bad Women: Intan Paramaditha’s “Apple and Knife” December 10, 2015   Intan Paramaditha is a feminist fiction writer and scholar whose work explores where gender, sexuality, culture, and politics meet. Soon after she published her short story collection Sihir Perempuan (Black Magic Woman) in 2005, Paramaditha found herself being placed into the category of woman writer, a

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A Feminist Trajectory of Literary Influences

Inside Indonesia, April 24, 2016 *An earlier version of this essay was presented at the ‘70 Years of Textual Production in Indonesia’ conference at Goethe University (12–13 October 2015) in conjunction with the Frankfurt Book Fair, where Indonesia was guest of honour in 2015.     I started to think about literary influences more frequently after

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