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Ayu Meutia Azevy


Born Palembang (Apr 24, 1992), currently resides in Jakarta
Personal Web http://www.adjoemoetia.com/
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Ayu Meutia is an advertising and branding copywriter, contributor, poetry show organizer and a spoken-word artist/writer. Originally from Palembang, Ayu is now based in Jakarta and previously Kuala Lumpur. She graduated from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia with B.A (hons) in Professional Communication. She has a profound love for creative writing and poetry.

In her teenage years, she wrote short story. Her sci-fi piece called “The Transporter” won the 2nd place in Lomba Menulis Cerpen KawanKu in 2008. Her poems appeared in journals and Anthology such as Asian Center Anthology of Malaysian Poetry in English (2014), Murmur Journal Vol.2 : Love & Other Drugs (2015) and Poems and Other Myths : A collection of Spoken Word poetry by women in Asia (2016). In January 2016, Ayu and her friends volunteered to organize Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye show in Jakarta and had a chance to open their performances with her poems.

If she is not busy writing for business clients, together with her friends, Ayu organizes a tri-annual open mic show “Unmasked Open Mic” in Jakarta. Unmasked has turned a year old in April 2016.

On August 2016, Ayu launched her first poetry anthology called Tigress. On October 2016, Ayu introduced Tigress in Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2016.


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