Intan Paramaditha, March 22, 2018 (scroll down for Bahasa Indonesia). My story collection Apple and Knife (Brow Books, Australia 2018) and novel Gentayangan: Pilih Sendiri Petualangan Sepatu Merahmu (The Wandering: Choose Your Own Red Shoes Adventure, GPU, Indonesia 2017) will be published in the UK and Commonwealth countries by Harvill Secker (Vintage/ Penguin Random House).
New Zealand Festival Writers and Readers, March 8-11, 2018 Events: “Science and Magic” Friday, 09 Mar British science fiction writer Arthur C Clarke famously said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Charlie Jane Anders’s glorious fantasy novel, All the Birds in the Sky, features a star-crossed young witch and a genius technologist.
Apple and Knife review The Saturday Paper, Edition No. 194 MARCH 3 – 9, 2018 “This new story collection by the Indonesian-born Intan Paramaditha uses horror as a vehicle for representing the experiences of women living in patriarchy and for expressing feminist anger. The results are both unsettling and intoxicating. Often revising fairytales, the
APPLE AND KNIFE Intan Paramaditha Translated by Stephen J. Epstein Apple and Knife was published by Brow Books in Australia on March 1st, 2018. Inspired by horror fiction, myths and fairy tales, Apple and Knife is an unsettling ride that swerves into the supernatural to explore the dangers and power of occupying a
Mekong Review, Issue 10, February 2018 APPLE AND KNIFE Intan Paramaditha Brow Books: 2018 By Norman Erikson Pasaribu When you hear the term “Indonesian woman”, what comes to mind? When Sihir Perempuan was published in 2005, Intan Paramaditha was only twenty-five and on the verge of leaving Indonesia for graduate studies in the United