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Words From a Bullet: Disappeared Poet’s Daughter Digs Deep Into Family Memory for New Poetry Book

Book Review / Launch

Poet Fitri Nganthi Wani, the daughter of Indonesia's disappeared poet Wiji Thukul, has released a new poetry collection titled "Kau Berhasil Jadi Peluru" ("You Have Become a Bullet"), launched on Friday (08/06) at Yogyakarta's Jogja Village Inn. The title of the book is a reference to her father's legendary poetry collection "Aku Ingin Jadi Peluru" ("I Want to Be a Bullet") released in 2000. Fitri's new book contains 52 poems written from 2010 to 2018.

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