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Why Indonesia is a gold mine for horror fans

What Media Says

In this article: Nadia Bulkin

Written by Katrin Figge, and was originally published in Jakarta Post

May 02, 2023

American-Indonesian author Nadia Bulkin talks about her passion for horror fiction and how her Indonesian roots have influenced her writing.  Even as a child, Nadia Bulkin always had a penchant for telling stories. Her mother said she would dictate stories for her before Nadia had learned how to write.  “I was also one of those kids who really enjoyed being scared,” she recalls. “As I'm sure you know, Indonesia is a gold mine for horror fans, so I was always asking teachers to tell us ghost stories and watching Saturday morning horror movies on RCTI – and then dealing with my mother's frustration when I couldn't sleep.”

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