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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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Two-book deal with Harvill Secker (media articles)

Indonesian writer’s ‘fierce and unconventional’ fiction to Harvill   The Bookseller, March 21, 2018 by Katherine Cowdrey   Harvill Secker has acquired two “fierce and unconventional” books from Indonesian writer Intan Paramaditha. It will publish feminist short story collection Apple and Knife in spring 2019 and The Wandering, a novel about displacement where the reader chooses their own narrative path, in 2020. Ellie

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Gentayangan Buku Sastra Prosa Terbaik Tempo 2017

Novel Gentayangan: Pilih Sendiri Petualangan Sepatu Merahmu terpilih sebagai karya sastra bidang prosa terbaik pilihan Tempo 2017. “… Namun, jika tujuan bacaan remaja itu dipersembahkan demi permainan sahaja, dalam prosa berjudul lengkap Gentayangan: pilih sendiri petualangan sepatu merahmu ini, permainan alur barulah satu di antara sekian banyak permainan susastra (baca: seni bercerita) yang telah dimanfaatkan sebaik-baiknya untuk mendukung konsep

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‘Gentayangan’ Takes Readers on Adventures to Question Identity and Belonging

The Jakarta Globe Dhania Sarahtika | January 08, 2018 (photo by JG/ Dhania Sarahtika) Jakarta. “Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go wandering,” is a recurring line in Intan Paramaditha’s latest book, “Gentayangan: Pilih Sendiri Petualangan Sepatu Merahmu” (“The Wandering: Choose Your Own Red-Shoe Adventure”). The book was launched during the Ubud Writers and

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When Wandering the Globe Is a Feminist Choose-Your-Own Adventure (VICE)

Syarafina Vidyadhana Oct 25 2017, 10:00pm We spoke with the rising author Intan Paramaditha about her life on the move and why “bad girls wander.” Intan Paramaditha has spent the last decade moving from place to place, but, for this rising Indonesian author, the concept seems to take on a more ethereal state of being.

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