Category Archives: Fiction

London March 2019: Event Highlights

    EVENTS   ENGLISH PEN RESISTANCE: LITERATURE AS ACTIVISM Tuesday, March 12, 7:00 pm—8:00 pm Free Word Centre 60 Farringdon Road London, EC1R 3GA United Kingdom Intan Paramaditha, Norman Erikson Pasaribu, Harry Josephine Giles. Chaired by Theodora Danek.     Photos: Asia Literary Agency   FEMINIST FAIRY TALE Wednesday, March 13, 10:00 – 11:00 London Book Fair,

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Intan Paramaditha: London Book Fair and related events (March 2019)

  Intan Paramaditha will participate in the London Book Fair Indonesia Market Focus Programme (March 12-14, 2019) and speak at various events in the UK. Please see the schedule below.       Resistance: Literature as Activism     Tuesday, March 12, 7:00 pm—8:00 pm Free Word Centre60 Farringdon RoadLondon, EC1R 3GA United Kingdom  

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November 2018: Hong Kong International Literary Festival and Singapore Writers Festival

  September 29, 2018 By Intan Paramaditha I am excited to announce that I will participate in Hong Kong International Literary Festival and Singapore Writers Festival in November. Many thanks to HKILF and SWF for inviting me and co-organizing the trip. In both festivals I will speak about Apple and Knife, my new translated collection

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The New Wave: Emerging Female Writers Push the Boundaries (Sydney Morning Herald)

  Sydney Morning Herald, May 4, 2018 Melanie Kembrey There are primary school best friends Lucy and Francine, who experiment sexually together, college student Peach, whose stomach is rapidly expanding, and copywriter Mara, who is haunted by memories of her first period while making an advertising campaign for sanitary pads. They are the creations of

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“Reviews: Apple and the Knife by Paramaditha; Ponti by Teo,” The Australian

  DOMINIC AMERENA THE AUSTRALIAN 12:00AM April 28, 2018 The double review can present particular challenges for a critic. There can be the temptation to draw false equivalencies; to compare and contrast books that have little in common, save for some generic similarities, or the subject positions of their authors. But I’ve seldom come across two

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