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Sintia Astarina

A flâneur with passion in writing and traveling. She is a bibliophile who loves to hoard some books in her room. Apparently, get lost in a sea of books will be the greatest pleasure ever ...

Siti Rukiah Kertapati (1927-1996)

S. Rukiah (also known as Siti Rukiah Kertapati) was an Indonesian poet and novelist. Siti Rukiah was born in Purwakarta, West Java on April 25, 1927. After her graduation, she pursued teaching in Purwakarta, before ...

Sitor Situmorang

Sitor Situmorang is an award-winning poet, essayist and writer of short stories from Indonesia. Born in 1924 and active as a journalist in Medan, Jakarta, and Yogyakarta in the days of the Revolution, Sitor belonges ...

Soe Tjen Marching

A writer, academic, activist, and a composer of avant-garde music from Indonesia. In 1998, she won national competition for Indonesian Contemporary Composers held by the German Embassy. Her compositions have been played in New Zealand, ...

Soetan Radjo Pamoentjak

Born in Batu Sangkar, West Sumatra, Soetan Radjo Pamoentjak is a world citizen. His first poetry anthology is Tuhan Dimakan Belatung.

Solahudin

A researcher on jihadi movements in Indonesia, Solahudin is the author of The Roots of Terrorism in Indonesia (translated by Dave McRae). He worked as principle researcher with a Lowy Institute team on the 2011 ...

Stefanny Irawan

A published short story writer and freelance editor and translator. Her first short story collection, Tidak Ada Kelinci di Bulan! (No Bunny on the Moon!), was published in 2006. She is passionate about theatre and ...