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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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...
Agus R. Sarjono
Agus R. Sarjono (born 27 July 1962 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia) is an Indonesian poet and author. In 1988, he graduated from Department of Indonesian Literature of IKIP Bandung, and then finishe...
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Umar Kayam
Umar Kayam was an Indonesian sociologist and writer born in Ngawi, East Java, on April 30, 1932 and died on March 16, 2002. He began his education at Hollands Inlands School (HIS) Mangkunegoro, Suraka...
Ajip Rosidi
Ajip Rosidi, born on 31 January 1938, in Jatiwangi, Majalengka, West Java, is an Indonesian poet and short story writer. As of 1983 he has published 326 works in 22 different magazines.
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Amir Hamzah
Tengku Amir Hamzah (Van Ophuijsen Spelling: Tengkoe Amir Hamzah) (28 February 1911 – 20 March 1946) was an Indonesian poet and National Hero of Indonesia. Born into a Malay aristocratic family i...
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Kho Ping Hoo
Kho Ping Hoo or Asmaraman Sukowati Kho Ping Hoo (born in Sragen, 17 August 1926 - died in Solo, 22 July 1994, Chinese: 許平和; pinyin: Xǔ Pínghé) is an Indonesian author of Chinese ethnicity. He ...
Dewi Lestari
Dewi "Dee" Lestari Simangunsong (born in Bandung, West Java on 20 January 1976) is an Indonesian writer, singer, and songwriter.
Dee was born in Bandung, West Java on 20 January 1976; she was the ...
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Christianto Wibisono
Christianto Wibisono (born 10 April 1945 in Semarang), also known as Oey Kian Kok (simplified Chinese: 黄建国; traditional Chinese: 黃建國; pinyin: Huáng Jiànguó) is a prominent Chinese Indonesi...
Ahmad Tohari
Ahmad Tohari (born 13 June 1948) is an Indonesian author.
Ahmad Tohari was born in the village of Tinggarjaya, Jatilawang, Banyumas, the fourth of twelve children. Although Tohari's parents were b...
Astrid Susanto
Prof. Dr. Maria Antonia Astrid Sunarti Susanto (also known as Astrid Susanto-Sunario) -- deputy chairwoman of Commission I of the Indonesian legislature, the People's Representative Council—was born 4...
Ong Hok Ham
Ong Hok Ham (1 May 1933 – 30 August 2007) was an eminent Chinese Indonesian historian considered one of the leading experts on Indonesian history during the 19th century Dutch colonial rule. His parti...
Nur Sutan Iskandar
Muhammad Nur Sutan Iskandar, known as Nur Sutan Iskandar was born in Sungai Batang, West Sumatra on November 3, 1893 and died in Jakarta on November 28, 1975. He was prominent Indonesian author and mo...
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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...
Kwee Tek Hoay
Kwee Tek Hoay (Chinese: 郭德懷; pinyin: Guō Déhuái; 31 July 1886 – 4 July 1951) was an ethnic Chinese Malay-language writer of novels and drama, and a journalist.
Kwee Tek Hoay, the youngest ...
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Gus tf Sakai
Gustafrizal Busra or known as Gus tf Sakai, (born in Payakumbuh, West Sumatra, 13 August 1965, age 48 years), is an Indonesian writer. His name Gus tf Sakai is used when he writes proses, while Gus tf...
George Junus Aditjondro
George Junus Aditjondro (born 27 May 1946 in Pekalongan, Central Java) is a sociologist from Indonesia.In 1994 and 1995 Aditjondro became widely known as a critic of the Suharto government, especially...
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Wisran Hadi
Wisran Hadi (born 27 June 1945, Padang, West Sumatra – died 28 June 2011, Padang) was an Indonesian writer. He graduated from the Indonesian Arts Academy (now Institut Seni Indonesia) Jakarta, and won...