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Agustinus Wibowo

A travel writer whose travel experiences have taken him through Asia to the Middle East. He is fascinated by cultures and traditions and is curious about how the world works as one when it is ...

Ahda Imran

Ahda Imran was born in Kanagarian Baruhgunung, West Sumatera and Grew up in Cimahi, West Java. He wrote poetries, monologues, essays, critiques, and news reports about art. Some of his poetries published in anthologies such ...

Ahmad Tohari

An Indonesia well-knowned writer who can picture a typical village scenery very well in his writings. He has been everywhere, writings for magazines. He attended Fellowship International Writers Program at Iowa, United State on 1990 ...

Ajip Rosidi

An Indonesian poet and short story writer. As of 1983 he has published 326 works in 22 different magazines.1 Poetry Soup ↩

Alanda Kariza

A writer and activist. She initiated the Indonesian Youth Conference as a tool for young people in Indonesia to speak up and address their aspirations. Alanda graduated from Binus University with a bachelor’s degree in ...

Alberthiene Endah

Rr. Alberthiene Endah Kusumawardhani Sutoyo, better known as Alberthiene Endah, is a biographer, novelist, and journalist. She is known for her in-depth biographies of Indonesian celebrities, such as Chrisye and Krisdayanti. She has been called ...

Ali Syamsudin Arsi

Ali Syamsudin Arsi has published seven ‘gumam asa’ books titled: Negeri Benang pada Sekeping Papan, Tubuh di Hutan Hutan, Istana Daun Retak, Bungkam Mata Gergaji, Desau, Cau Cau Cua Cau, and Jejak Batu Sebelum Cahaya. ...

Ama Achmad

A young poet, born in Banggai. After graduating from a university in Makassar, she decided to become a poet while working as a social worker. She runs an orphanage and free school in Luwuk Banggai. Ama ...

Amanche Franck OE Ninu

Amanche Franck OE Ninu is a pen name of Romo Fransiscus Amandus Ninu, Pr., a Priest of Kupang Catholic Church, East Nusa Tenggara. He was born in Eusleu Niki-niki Timor on 6 February 1983. He ...