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Aan Mansyur

Writer



M Aan Mansyur works as a librarian at KataKerja, a creative room in Makassar. His published works are: Aku Hendak Pindah Rumah (2008), Tokoh-tokoh yang Melawan Kita dalam Satu Cerita (2012), dan Kukila (2012). His poetry collection, Tidak Ada New York Hari Ini (There Is No New York Today), was a national bestseller. Aan is famously known for his witty thoughts via Twitter @hurufkecil.

Book(s)


Cinta yang Marah
Poetry Collection
96 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Sebelum Sendiri
Poetry Collection
69 page(s), Jual Buku Sastra
Melihat Api Bekerja
Poetry Collection
160 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Kukila
Collection of Short Stories
192 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Perkara Mengirim Senja
Collection of Short Stories
200 page(s), Penerbit Serambi

In the Headlines


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TFR / As Seen On
Feb 15, 2024

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Mar 05, 2019

The Prayer of the Flame that Sparked the Forest Fire

Words Without Borders / Translations
Mar 05, 2019

Literature is the new cool

Jakarta Post / As Seen On
Dec 19, 2017

Politics on poets’ mind

Jakarta Post / As Seen On
Oct 09, 2017

Aan Mansyur: All poems are love poems

Jakarta Post / What Media Says
May 03, 2016

A Look Into Makassar’s Literary Culture

Jakarta Globe / As Seen On
May 26, 2014


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