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Made Taro

Made established ‘Rumah Dongeng’ (The House of Folkstories) which became ‘Sanggar Kukuruyuk’ (1979 until now). He has published more than 30 books and attended many International Storytelling Festivals. In 2008 he received an award from ...

Maggie Tiojakin

A journalist and short story writer. Her works have been published both in print and electronic media, such as The Boston Globe, The Jakarta Post Weekender, Asian News Network, Asia One, Femina, et cetera. In ...

Mahir Pradana

Mahir Pradana was born in Makassar and spent his higher education in Bandung, Newcastle (Australia) and Bern (Switzerland). His first novel, Here, After: Cerita Cinta Berakhir di Sini (2010) was on the shortlist of most ...

Maman Suherman

A journalist, writer and a host for a television program, “Matahati” of Kompas TV. He worked for Kelompok Kompas Gramedia, a former managing director for Avicom. He published books called “Bokis” and “Bokis2″ revealing the ...

Maradilla Syachridar

“The cut of a garment speaks of the colour of artistic temperament.” Her adaptation of that famous Thomas Carlyle quote probably best describes Maradilla Syachridar, whose outlook on life strives to expand everyone’s perspective. This ...

Marah Rusli (1889-1968)

In the history of Indonesian literature, Marah Roesli is noted as the first author of a novel, and as the “Father of the Modern Indonesian Novel”. Before the first novels were written in Indonesia, prose ...

Marcella Purnama

A writer, blogger and editor. She graduated from Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne in 2012, majoring in Psychology and Media and Communications. Marcella is experienced in journalism, videography, marketing communications and content writing. ...