Soe Tjen Marching
Soe Tjen Marching (born April 23, 1971 in Surabaya, Indonesia) is a writer, academic, activist, and a composer of avant-garde music from Indonesia. In 1998, she won national competition for Indonesian...
Damien Dematra
Damien Dematra is an Indonesian movie director, novelist, script writer, producer, international photographer, and painter. He has written 101 novels in dual languages, English and Indonesian, 81 film...
Maria Dermoût
Maria Dermoût (June 15, 1888 — June 27, 1962), was an Indo novelist, considered one of the greats of Dutch literature and as such an important proponent of Dutch Indies literature. In December ...
F.D.J. Pangemanann
Frederick D. J. Pangemanann (also Pangemanan; 1870–1910) was a Minahasa journalist and novelist active in the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia).
Frederick Pangemanann was born to the Pangemanan cl...
Eka Kurniawan
Eka 'Spin Binder' Kurniawan is an Indonesian writer. He was born in Tasikmalaya, West Java, November 28, 1975. He studied philosophy at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. He works as a journalist, wr...
Alberthiene Endah
Rr. Alberthiene Endah Kusumawardhani Sutoyo (16 September), better known as Alberthiene Endah, is an Indonesian biographer, novelist, and journalist. She is known for her in-depth biographies of Indon...
Fahri Asiza
Fahri Asiza (born Mohammad Fahri), is an Indonesian novelist and teacher.He has written approximately fifty-two novels; his works include books for children and adults. His best-selling book is Shakil...
Pandji Tisna
Anak Agung Pandji Tisna (11 February 1908 – 2 June 1978), also known as Anak Agung Nyoman Pandji Tisna, I Gusti Nyoman Pandji Tisna, or just Pandji Tisna, was the 11th descendent of the Padji Sakti dy...
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Mochtar Lubis
Mochtar Lubis ([moxˈtar luˈbɪs]; Padang, Indonesia March 7, 1922 – July 2, 2004, Jakarta) was an Indonesian Batak journalist and novelist who co-founded Indonesia Raya. His novel Senja di Jakarta...
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Fira Basuki
Fira Basuki (born June 7, 1972) is an Indonesian novelist. Arguably her most famous work is her trilogy debut consisting of Jendela-Jendela (The Windows), Pintu (The Door) and Atap (The Roof). The tri...
Sariamin Ismail
Sariamin Ismail (31 July 1909 – 1995) was the first female Indonesian novelist. A teacher by trade, by the 1930s she had begun writing in newspapers; she published her first novel, Kalau Tak Untu...
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Andrea Hirata
Andrea Hirata is an Indonesian author best known for the 2005 novel Laskar Pelangi (The Rainbow Troops) and its sequels.
Hirata was born in Gantung, Belitung on 24 October; he has not made his yea...
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Ayu Utami
Ayu Utami (born on November 21, 1968) is an Indonesian writer. She has written novels, short-stories, and articles. Saman (1998) is widely considered her masterpiece. It was translated into English by...
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Merari Siregar
Merari Siregar (13 July 1896 Sipirok, North Sumatra - 23 April 1941, Kalianget, Madura, East Java) was an Indonesian writer and also the author of the first novel written in Indonesian.He completed ...
Utuy Tatang Sontani
Utuy Tatang Sontani (1920–1979) was an Indonesian writer. He was born in Cianjur, Java. In 1938 he attend an adult school in Bandung, and then became a civil servant. After the independence of Indones...
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Kuslan Budiman
Kuslan Budiman (born 1935 in East Java) is an Indonesian poet and fiction writer. After his graduation from art school in Yogyakarta, he went to China to study Mandarin and Chinese dramatic traditions...
Achdiat Karta Mihardja
Achdiat Karta Mihardja (March 6, 1911 – July 8, 2010) was an Indonesian author, novelist and playwright. He is best known for his novel, Atheis, which was published in 1949. Atheis is considered one o...
Pramoedya Ananta Toer
Pramoedya Ananta Toer (EYD: Pramudya Ananta Tur) (6 February 1925 – 30 April 2006) was an Indonesian author of novels, short stories, essays, polemic and histories of his homeland and its people....
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