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Damhuri Muhammad

Writer



A Jakarta-based writer, who graduated from the Department of Philosophy at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. He writes fiction, literary criticism, and opinion columns (Op-ed). His recent works have appeared in The Daily Star, Eksentrika, The Unconventional Courier, The Pine Cone Review, ActiveMuse, The Riot-MagKitaab, Unpublished Writers The MagPandan Weekly, and elsewhere. He is currently lecturing on philosophy at Darma Persada University, Jakarta (Indonesia).1


  1. Porch Litmag 

Book(s)


Anak-anak Masa Lalu
Collection of Short Stories
page(s), Marjin Kiri
Smokol: Cerpen Kompas Pilihan 2008
Collection of Short Stories
169 page(s), Penerbit Buku Kompas
Juru Masak: Sehimpun Cerita Pendek
Collection of Short Stories
158 page(s), Koekoesan
Lidah Sembilu
Collection of Short Stories
142 page(s), Marjin Kiri
Laras
Collection of Short Stories
226 page(s), Dastan Books

In the Headlines


Fate ball

Mekong Review / Writing
Nov 07, 2023

Buried Stories

Kitaab / Writing
Aug 06, 2023

Interview: Damhuri Muhammad

Isthmus, The / What Media Says
Jul 25, 2023

A Dog-headed Man

Kitaab / Writing
Feb 12, 2023

IDWRITERS

Jakarta Globe / As Seen On
Mar 10, 2015

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Jakarta Post / As Seen On
Nov 27, 2013


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