Agus Rois

Agus Rois was born January 26th 1983 in Cirebon, West Java. He attended Sebelas Maret University, Padjadjaran University and STF Driyarkara without completing his studies. In 2003 he continued his education in Philosophy at Gadja Mada University, graduating in 2012. While a student in Yogyakarta, he was active with the student newspaper Balairung and the …

Adrian Vickers

Professor Vickers researches and publishes on the cultural history of Southeast Asia. His research utilises expertise in the Indonesian language as well as drawing on sources in Balinese, Kawi (Old and Middle Javanese) and Dutch. He has held a series of Australian Research Council grants (Discovery and Linkage), the most recent looking at modern and …

Adimas Immanuel

Adimas Immanuel is an Indonesian poet. He was born in Solo, Central Java, 1991. His poems have been published in various mass media such as Kompas, Tempo, and Suara Merdeka. He has published some poem collection books: Empat Cangkir Kenangan (Serba Indie, 2012), Pelesir Mimpi (katabergerak, 2013) and Di Hadapan Rahasia (Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2016). In 2014, …

Adib Khan

Adib Khan is an Australian novelist of Bangladeshi origin. He moved to Australia in 1973 and obtained an MA from Monash University in 1976. He taught creative writing at Ballarat University, and in 2007 returned to Monash to pursue a PhD. Khan started writing in his 40s and has published five novels. His first novel, …

Benny Arnas

Benny Arnas started writing on 2008. He was very obsesive to have a book. He made it on 2009, entitled “Meminang Fatimah”. Something like manuscript. He arranged and edited it by himself. It was just printed for 25 eks. Shortly, he never regards it as his book formally. But, it doesnt mean that he doesn’t …