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Dias Novita Wuri


Born Jakarta (Nov 11, 1989), currently resides in Jakarta
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Dias Novita Wuri was graduated from Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Russian Language and Literature, and received funding from Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP) for her study in Queen Mary University of London, England, majoring in MA Comparative Literature. She completed the degree in 2019.

She publishes short stories in Indonesian newspapers since 2012. Her first book, “Makramé” was published in 2017 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama, and was in the longlist of Khatulistiwa Literary Award in 2018. Her second book, “Jalan Lahir”, was completed during her writing residency program in Australia in 2018, funded by Asialink and Australia-Indonesia Institute. She served as adviser in the literary section of the editorial board of jakartabeat.net .

She is married with one child.


Birth Canal
160 page(s), Scribe UK
Collection of Short Stories
171 page(s), Gramedia Pustaka Utama

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Dioscuri, published in VICE

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Creative Exchanges Announced by Kerrii Cavanagh - Asialink (Feb 22, 2018)
Literature is the new cool by Sebastian Partogi - Jakarta Post (Dec 19, 2017)


TKC Author’s Talk, Dias Novita Wuri, Varuna, the National Writers House (Katoomba)
Tulis two-way Australian-Indonesian writing exchange

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