Agus Noor

Writer


He was born in Yogyakarta (Jun 26, 1968), and currently lives in Yogyakarta
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Agus Noor writes poems, prose, as well as scripts for Sentilan Sentilun Metro TV that were adopted from his monologue script, Matinya Sang Kritikus. He has received several awards for his short-stories and has published several collections: Memorabilia (1999), Bapak Presiden yang Terhormat (2000), Selingkuh Itu Indah (2001), Rendezvous: Kisah Cinta yang Tak Setia (2004), Potongan Cerita di Kartu Pos (2006), Sebungkus Nasi dari Tuhan, Sepasang Mata Penari Telanjang, Matinya Toekang Kritik (2006), Sepotong Bibir Paling Indah di Dunia (2010).1


  1. MIWF2015 

Book(s)


  Cinta Tak Pernah Sia-Sia
Collection of Short Stories
288 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
  “Anak ini Mau Mengencingi Jakarta?”
("This Kid Wants to Urinate all over Jakarta?”)
Anthology
222 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
  Di Tubuh Tarra, dalam Rahim Pohon: Cerpen Pilihan KOMPAS 2014
Anthology
220 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
  Cerita buat Para Kekasih
Collection of Short Stories
276 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama
  Klub Solidaritas Suami Hilang: Cerpen Pilihan Kompas 2013
Collection of Short Stories
248 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
  Dunia Di Dalam Mata
Collection of Short Stories
282 page(s), Motion Publishing
  Ciuman yang Menyelamatkan dari Kesedihan
Poetry Collection
126 page(s), Motion Publishing
  Dari Salawat Dedaunan sampai Kunang-kunang di Langit Jakarta: 20 Tahun Cerpen Pilihan KOMPAS
Collection of Short Stories
214 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
  Un Soir du Paris
Collection of Short Stories
144 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama
  Smokol: Cerpen Kompas Pilihan 2008
Collection of Short Stories
169 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas


What Media Say


Agus Noor Talks His Creative Process, Directorial Myths and Possible Collaborations (Sep 08, 2017)
Agus Noor, Yanusa Nugroho win ‘Kompas’ Best Short Story award (Jun 28, 2012)

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Celebrating Indonesia’s literary fiction tradition (Jun 02, 2016)