http://fenikschel.com/profiles/149.php The hit British podcast in which TV writer Jamie Morton reads from a series of erotic novels written by his father, joined by James Cooper and Alice Levine, who provide commentary comes to HBO for a special performed in front of a live audience earlier this year.
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Directed by Mass Appeal's Sacha Jenkins, this four-part documentary miniseries traces the story of the seminal hip hop outfit beginning with their formation in the early s, combining never-before-seen footage with new interviews with all nine surviving members. Klepper Trailer. Former The Opposition host and Daily Show correspondent Jordan Klepper leaves the studio for a new weekly series consisting entirely of field pieces in which he travels the country to investigate issues including the deportation of U.
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State of the Union. A minimalist comedy series from noted British filmmaker Stephen Frears The Queen and novelist Nick Hornby High Fidelity , State of the Union runs for just 10 minutes an episode, each following a married couple Chris O'Dowd, Rosamund Pike as they grab drinks at a pub prior to heading to a couples' counseling session. Cher: Do You Believe? Hailey Dean Mysteries: Death on Duty. Psycho Stripper. The Spanish Princess Trailer. The Disappearance of Susan Cox Powell. A Paris Romance. Pregnant and Deadly. Surviving R. Kelly: The Impact. All in My Family Trailer. Crime Diaries: Night Out.
Dead to Me Trailer. Despite Everything Trailer. Zac Efron stars as infamous serial killer Ted Bundy opposite Lily Collins as his longtime girlfriend in a dramatized look at Bundy's life from director Joe Berlinger who also directed the recent Netflix miniseries on the same subject, Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.
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Jeremy Wade's Dark Waters. Morning Show Mysteries: Countdown to Murder. Motown A Grammy Celebration. Rome's Chariot Superstar. Easter Under Wraps. Grass Is Greener Trailer. How High 2. Letter From My Mother. It's the U. Bosch Trailer. A Fortunate Man. The second season of the CW Seed streaming series debuts on television tonight. Lunatics Trailer. Ten-episode mockumentary is the latest series from Chris Lilley Summer Heights High , who plays six different characters.
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A second new episode airs tonight at p, the show's regular timeslot going forward. My First First Love Trailer. The Amazing Race. Special crossover season features contestants who previously appeared on Big Brother , Survivor , or past seasons of The Amazing Race. Bless This Mess. Shot as a pilot for Fox a year ago, only to be passed on by that network but picked up by ABC in December, this six-episode, single-camera comedy follows a pair of newlyweds Lake Bell, Dax Shepard as they leave the big city behind for a simpler life in Nebraska.
Super Monsters Furever Friends. Duff Takes the Cake. No Good Nick. Bake You Rich. Egypt's Unexplained Files. Game of Thrones Trailer. Bottled With Love. Charles Manson: The Funeral. Chasing Life With Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Guava Island. Donald Glover has cited Purple Rain and City of God as influences for his secretive new one-hour film, which was filmed in Cuba with co-stars Rihanna and Letitia Wright and Atlanta director Hiro Murai making his feature directorial debut , and features new versions of several Childish Gambino songs.
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The Flay List. The Untold Story. Dark Side of the Ring. Mummies Unwrapped. The Silence Trailer. You vs. Wild Trailer. Latest Bear Grylls-hosted survival adventure series utilizes an interactive format similar to the recent Black Mirror movie Bandersnatch. The Bold Type Trailer. The Code. Seemingly a suitable companion for the network's many NCIS military crime procedurals hence tonight's special premiere , The Code focuses on the Marines rather than the Navy—and the law side of the law-and-order equation.
The Profit: My Roots. Reconstruction: America After the Civil War. You Me Her Trailer. The Chi Trailer Full episode free. A Discovery of Witches. New-ish streaming series available on Sundance Now and Shudder since January makes its cable television debut. Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live. Killing Eve Trailer. Every episode this season which picks up just seconds after the season one finale will be simulcast on AMC in addition to the show's regular home on BBC America.
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Persona Trailer. Quicksand Trailer. The Tick Trailer. Unicorn Store Trailer. Brie Larson is a unicorn-loving young woman who attempts to fulfill her childhood dreams—of owning a unicorn, naturally—in a whimsical comedy which left critics unimpressed when it screened at TIFF back in that also serves as the actress' directorial debut. Warrior Trailer. Adapted from writings by Bruce Lee, Cinemax's organized crime drama series is set during the "Tong Wars" in San Francisco's Chinatown during the late s.
Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas. The American Farm. The CW's final newcomer of the season is the closest thing the network has to a new comedy though it's not all that close. Wife Swap Trailer. In Search of Monsters. Suzzanna: Buried Alive. Growing Up Chrisley. Kevin Hart: Irresponsible Trailer. The Last O. Cannon Busters. Lisa Marie Presley: Fortune Fight. The Twilight Zone Trailer Full episode free. The third revival of Rod Serling's groundbreaking anthology series comes from Jordan Peele, who also serves as the show's host.
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Europe in Chaos. Tacoma FD Trailer. Jane the Virgin. Million Dollar Mile. Tim Tebow hosts a new obstacle course competition series in which every contestant has a chance at winning one million dollars. What We Do in the Shadows Trailer. Adapted from the cult hit movie of the same name from Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement , this highly anticipated new horror mockumentary finds a film crew following the everyday lives of a group of four vampires who share a home—in this case, in New York's Staten Island rather than the film's New Zealand.
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Mental Samurai. Rob Lowe hosts the "first-ever obstacle course for the mind" which presumably remains inside the body for the duration of the competition. One of a Kind. The Truth Will Out. The Village. NBC's latest attempt to duplicate its This Is Us magic is a sentimental ensemble drama that follows the sometimes interconnected lives of a diverse group of residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. The DL Hughley Show.
The Fix. Former prosecutor Marcia Clark yes, that one teams with the duo of Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain Dollhouse , Lie to Me for a serialized legal drama that shares a few similarities with Clark's own life. Alex Gibney's latest documentary traces the dramatic rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her formerly hot medical technology startup, Theranos. Billions Trailer. Mommy's Little Princess. Flip That Romance. Green Door. Mommy Group Murder. While You Were Out. Arrested Development Trailer. Eight new episodes technically, the second half of season 5, which started last May stream today.
Burn Out. Catastrophe Trailer. I Am Richard Pryor Trailer. If I Hadn't Met You. Netflix's first animated anthology series for adults comes from Tim Miller and David Fincher. Queer Eye Trailer. Shrill Trailer. Turn Up Charlie Trailer. Luther star Idris Elba returns for a much lighter series which finds him playing a struggling DJ who takes on a day job as "manny" for his much more successful friend's problem child.
YooHoo to the Rescue. The Good Fight Trailer. Project Runway. The long-running fashion competition moves back to Bravo its original home after spending the past decade on Lifetime. Moonshiners: Whiskey Business. Triple Frontier Trailer. Also in a few theaters beginning today, the latest feature from director J. This sixth batch of episodes will conclude this season of the Japanese reality series.
Videos After Dark. Manhunt Trailer. The hit UK miniseries makes its American debut on the streaming service. American Gods Trailer. The Neil Gaiman adaptation's delayed second season follows some behind-the-scenes turmoil, which saw several different showrunners including last season's Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, and then their replacement, Jesse Alexander depart the project and the episode count trimmed from 10 to 8 amid budget overruns. A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul. Buddy vs. This four-part true-crime series reexamines the murder of high school student Hae Min Lee and subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed.
Einstein and Hawking: Unlocking the Universe. Epic Yellowstone. Finding Justice. Married to Medicine Los Angeles. Mediterranean Life. Now Apocalypse Trailer. Created by veteran indie film director Gregg Araki and produced by Steven Soderbergh and Gregory Jacobs, this unique coming-of-age comedy series follows four people on their quest for "love, sex and fame" in a very surreal version of Los Angeles—and one that may be in the throes of a dark conspiracy. Tricky Dick. Drag Me Down the Aisle.
Love Under the Rainbow. Suburban Swingers Club. After Life Trailer. The latest series from Ricky Gervais The Office , Extras , Derek is a six-episode dark comedy about a contented man who is shaken when his wife suddenly dies. Bangkok Love Stories: Hey You. Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence. Costume Quest Trailer. Formula 1: Drive to Survive. Juanita Trailer. A woman Alfre Woodard seeks a fresh start by moving to a small town in Montana in this drama directed by Clark Johnson. Kraft Punk's Political Party. Lady J. Made in Heaven Trailer.
Tin Star Trailer. VH1 Trailblazer Honors. For the People. The Order Trailer. Deadly Recall. The Toe Bro. America's Hidden Stories. Following the conclusion of the second part of Leaving Neverland , Oprah Winfrey interviews the two subjects of the documentary in a special that will be simulcast on OWN. Paranormal BET Social Awards. Family Food Showdown. Leaving Neverland Trailer. This two-part, four-hour documentary which concludes tomorrow night at 8p may be the most controversial film to debut at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Just Add Romance. The Killer Downstairs. Chiwetel Ejiofor makes his directorial debut and stars in this Netflix feature, which also heads to theaters today. Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians. Into the Dark: Treehouse Trailer. Losers Trailer. Northern Rescue. River's Edge. The Widow Trailer. Making its American debut on Prime Video, this eight-episode British thriller stars Kate Beckinsale who begins to investigate her own past after she sees new footage of her husband—long thought dead—on the news. Your Son. Better Things Trailer. RuPaul's Drag Race Trailer. Urban One Honors.
Wife Swap. Alien News Desk. Gone Trailer. Whiskey Cavalier Trailer. Will Smith's Bucket List Trailer. Mexican Dynasties. World of Dance. Biography: The Trump Dynasty. The Enemy Within Trailer. The Green Book: Guide to Freedom. London Kills. Shadowhunters Trailer. Vice Live. New nightly live two-hour broadcast airing M-Th recaps the day in pop culture. John Legend joins the judge panel. Kevin Hart Somebody else Nobody hosts. Evan Goes Wild. In Ubud is a Mood you will join a number of local and insightful people who will relate what the special "mood" of Ubud is really all about.
A fascinating look at a very special place. Also has a bibliography and local information. Eiseman Price: Rp, A In Bali, what you see sekala is a colorful world of ceremony, ritual, dance, and drama. What you don't see niskala is the doctrine underlying the pageants, the code underlying the rites, and the magic underlying the dance. It offers an accessible history of this fascinating island and an anthropological study not only of the Balinese, but of the paradise-seekers from all parts of the world who have invaded Bali in ever-increasing numbers over the decades.
This authoritative, much-cited work is now updated with new photos and illustrations, a new introduction, and new text covering the part twenty years. Finally, a new printing of this very important book on Trance in Bali. In this book, the authors describe the psychosocial experiences of the Balinese in Trance-possession states during traditional healing, dance, drama and gamelan performance, as well as in several mental disorders. This book is a collaboration between a Western psychiatrist with a wide experience of Balinese Culture and Mental Health and Western trained Balinese steeped in local culture.
More than just an Indonesia travel guide, this volume is packed with lively articles on everything from office culture and the Indonesian blogosphere to dating rituals and TV soap operas. Illustrated with hundreds of colourful images and loaded with the kind of insights that only an author with a lifelong passion for the country could provide, a Geek in Indonesia will enlighten and entertain Indonesian culture enthusiasts, backpackers, first-time visitors, newly-arrived expats, and longtime Indonesiaphiles alike.
But Bali also has extraordinary inland attractions, including picturesque rice terraces, the towering Kintamani volcano, the holy forest with its wild monkeys and the romantically sited water temple of Ulun Danu. The island has a rich cultural heritage with over 20, temples and numerous colourful festivals and ceremonies.
A great book to travel with and also a good keep-sake. Containing more than color photographs, this breathtaking volume brings you from the trendy beach of Seminyak to the Monkey Forest at Sangeh and the hot springs along Lake Batur to the sunken wrecks off Tulamben. Through stunning photographs, readers climb Lombok's smoldering Mt. Rinjani volcano and explore the nearby rustic Gili Islands and Nusa Lembongan. Greenway was a longtime resident of Bali and still considers it his spiritual home.
For example, an image of the cliff-top temple of Pura Luhur Ulu Watu during a sunset dance performance complete with hypnotic chanting and fire-walking reveals intriguing aspects of ancient Balinese culture. The most popular tourist destination in the country, visitors come for its beautiful beaches, rugged mountains and also for its highly developed arts and culture which include dance, sculpture, painting, music and handicrafts. This book is filled with stunning photographs of Bali, capturing its distinctive ethnic, its people and their lifestyles.
This book is the perfect introduction for those keen on a visit to Bali, Island of the Gods, and an excellent keepsake for tourists, locals and anyone with an eye for culture brought to life through the lens. Then he and his team set out up the Mahakam River in a 10m longboat.
We read of their exciting meeting with the Orang-utan, and then the Dayak Tribesmen, once fierce head hunters in the region who believe that the world was populated from their island and that people in the West are descended from them. A beautiful travel narrative, crazy artwork, lush photography and wonderful music. Indonesia is an enormous island chain stretching from Asia all the way to Australia. It's a land of many different faiths and creeds, including the world's largest Muslim population, and many different peoples who now all call themselves Indonesians. This book introduces children to a place where people in blue jeans walk alongside those in traditional sarongs, where fast cars and oxcarts share the same roads, and where village traditions still thrive in a world of cars and cellphones.
This book tells children about the daily lives of Indonesian children - their classroom activities, favorite sports, holidays, foods and much more. Included is a brief introduction to Bahasa Indonesia. Lively articles by experts present every aspect of the island's history and culture, along with detailed descriptions of all the sights, with maps and photos included.
An informative section at the end of the book gives important travel and etiquette tips, transportation notes, a language primer, a list of further readings, and a glossary. Each of the maps in this atlas is presented in a logical, easy-to-follow manner, with emphasis on the most frequently visited areas. This guidebook introduces divers to Raja Ampat's premier reefs. The authors are marine life photojournalists who specialize in discovering and reporting on remote dive destinations. They have been exploring the Indonesian archipelago and recording images of its spectacular reefs since The Ring of Fire was an epic project by the Blair brothers beginning in and started with a film retracing the steps of legendary British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
The film of Ring of Fire has become legendary and this is the book that outlines it all. This is an updated re-issue of the original book published in This book, Secrets of Bali, is the key to this understanding. It covers a variety of aspects including Balinese religion, Festivals and Offerings, Architecture, Music and Dance, Textiles and Dress, food, art and much much more. This book is really a "must read" for every traveller to Bali and for those of you who have fallen under the spell of "The Morning of the World". This is an insightful, well-organised and factual book on this splendid island of Bali.
Easy to use and quite compact. A very useful map for your travels around Indonesia. It is the first and only atlas of Bali produced to world-class cartographic standards. All roads are color-coded with major arteries in bright yellow and orange. All key landmarks are highlighted - including beaches, temples, hotels, shops, restaurants, shopping malls, consulates, government offices, hospitals, clinics, police stations, schools, parks, banks and golf courses.
Towns and tourist areas are shown at scales of , to , to provide detailed coverage of these important areas. Other parts of the island are shown at scales of , or , for ease of reference and minimum page-flipping. User-friendly indexes at the back list all streets, towns, villages and buildings for quick reference. It is easy to read and ideal for the traveler to this picturesque island. This is an ideal map for walking around the gorgeous village of Ubud and the other major villages and towns of Bali.
It highlights many of the important attractions in and around Ubud including museums, galleries, accommodations and other places of interests. This book is the perfect insight into that world, by successful businesswoman and expat, Delma Davies. Owning a business, working or living on the island of the Gods is a dream that captivates many. Whether you are a curious tourist wanting to peek behind the scenes or considering a sea change, Delma Davies, successful owner of Aroma Spa Retreat, Sanur, opens your eyes.
Her captivating stories are heartwarming, often amusing, and shared with openness and humility. The result is an entertaining and essential resource that provides a wide-ranging exploration - oceanographic, geological, biological, historical, and even cultural - of Bali's dive sites and diving community. Readers are invited to exmine the Balinese psyche, mainly their essential need for balance between traditional customs and modern-day life.
Thomas Hodes of the East India Company seizes a chance at glory by being the first to venture ashore at the pepper port of Banten in Will he unlock the mysterious riches of Java for the English, or die forgotten with a Javanese kris or Portuguese Poignard between his ribs? The key seems to lie with his captivating interpreter Sri, under whose spell he falls, but Hodges can only keep both Sri and his Englishness by inventing a mission from King James to the mysterious great ruler of the interior - Mataram.
He sheds light on not only the ecology of the southern Papuan coast but also the lives of its people and their culture. Although this collection is but a small sample of literary works by emerging authors who have joined the festival over the years, it will introduce you to the heart of Indonesia: to a world of hardship and heartbreak, conflict and peace. Larasati, the precious daughter of Mr. Antana, and Setadewa, the army-brat son of Capt. And Mrs. Brajabasuki, are childhood friends. Even with their many differences, their relationship offers guidance to survival in a chaotic world.
Jane Mitchell has blended a beautiful story with stunning watercolours to take us on a poetic visual journey of a monkey and his connection to people. The illustrations show landmarks of Bali : ricefields, temples, nature, as well as capturing the spiritual essence of the people who live in Ubud, Bali. What is it about male aloneness that is often seen as a heroic and poetic choice, while female aloneness is generally seen to have come from a lack of options? I am My Own Home is a documentation of what it means to be a something Indonesian woman who lives alone, along with the contentment and loneliness that goes with it.
Through wandering, literature, and pop culture, the essays collected here are a way to recreate the idea of 'building a home', a manifesto of sort of living life as one person. In The Hands of a Mischievous God is an intimate portrait of a young artist and her earliest memories. This stunning collection is written with frank, disarming honesty, and ranges from reflections on the rooms in her childhood home to her views on the concept of love. Each essay follows the red strings of fate and explores just what it means for a girl to grow up.
There is no certainty here, not for seasons and not for deep sentiments. That is why she has returned. The book is accompanied by a map and list of places where the story happens and memories linger. The selection is solid, from the hip but homey coffee place nestled in the South, traditional market, classic gelato parlor, to an old-time port in the North. In the following centuries new versions were created alongside the old ones, and these opened up interesting new directions.
They questioned the views of previous versions and laid different accents, in a continuous process of modernization and adaptation, successfully satisfying the curiosity of their audiences for more than a thousand years. Much of this history is still unclear. For a long time, scholarly research made little progress, due to its preoccupation with problems of origin. The present volume, going beyond identifying sources, analyses the socio-literary contexts and ideological foundations of seemingly similar contents and concepts in different periods; it examines the literary functions of borrowing and intertextual referencing, and calls upon the visual arts to illustrate the independent character of the epic tradition in Southeast Asia.
By contrasting traditional Javanese and Dutch cultural values, the author advocated a view that the two are incompatible. This includes love, described in the novel as something only those with a Dutch education would attempt to find. Rejected for publication by Balai Pustaka, the Dutch controlled publishing house, the work is now considered a classic. In The Starling, originally published in as Tembang Jalak Bali Song of the Starling , he speaks of the terrible degradation of humanity and the inner strength and solidarity of comradeship which emerge in the extreme conditions of imprisonment.
The poems go on to explore the painful steps in the reconstruction of life and social meaning after the prison gates have opened. Putu once referred to himself as a starling Jalak Bali , a bird endemic to Bali. Today the region is one of the last true marine wildernesses in the world. Their stories intertwine throughout the book, and the various narrators offer different interpretations of the events that unfold.
Love and lies in Indonesia …. Not all find the bliss and peace they hope for. Island Secrets is a collection of stories about lives fraught with scandal, conflict, heartache and despair. A western wife of a Balinese man enjoys a happy marriage and all the trappings of island wealth but the arrival of a man from home throws her life into turmoil as she surrenders to his seduction. A successful middle-aged ad exec leaves his family to become an artist; he lives an enviable life with a beautiful woman half his age but he soon finds himself weary of paradise.
A recently divorced woman goes on a solo holiday and is irresistibly drawn to an attractive young man of dubious intentions. Bali-resident Alwin Blum offers up vignettes of Bali with characters who navigate their new lives in the sunshine and tropical splendour of the island while harbouring darkness within. Some stay for a season, others for the rest of their days. Some come to forget through sensual escapades, while others re-invent themselves to fit with the brand-new lives they have created.
Featuring a selection of of the most popular and influential works of short fiction, span the entire century, from The New Order to Volume 2 presents 61 stories dating from the founding of the New Order government that followed a national bloodbath in to just after its end in and the dawn of the second millennia. Featuring a selection of of the most popular and influential works of short fiction, span the entire century, from pre-Independence to The editors drew from a wide cross section of Indonesian short story writers with respect to ethnicity, gender, class, and ideology.
Stories from the s that drew on oral storytelling traditions and were suffused with nationalistic ideology were gradually replaced by fiction written with realism as a guiding principle. At all times, writers were the unofficial spokespeople for the issues affecting their generation. In Indonesia poetry enjoys a status far and abbove all other genres. Popular with the public in a way that is unimaginable in the West, poetry is accessible through newspapers, magazines, radio, television, films and poetry readings. Major historical issues are articulated and negotiated through poetry, such as decolonization and the emergence of national consciousness, ethnic and gendered identities, and the environmental and social effects of modernization.
This anthology offers a vivid portrait of twentieth-century Indonesia as seen through the lens of its poetry. As a complement to the Lontar anthologies of Indonesian drama and short stories, The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Poetry offers the unique opportunity to explore the trajectories of a nation and its people through its poetry, which continues to act as the barometer of Indonesian literary life.
But she did more and smuggled arms, and probably drugs, to help finance the new Republic and experienced bloody battle in the November British attack on Surabaya that some have seen as a war crime. She went on to become an intimate of the revolutionary leaders, Bung Tomo and Soekarno among them, and finally lived to see Indonesia take its place amongst the free nations of the world. Surabaya Sue is virtually unknown in the West and, even in Indonesia, there have always been doubts about her version of events that many have dismissed outright as a blatant mixture of outrageous fantasy and dishonest omissions.
Snow over Surabaya happily embraces those doubts and brings a new, spirited account of her adventures in that tempestuous world. Soeraja is dying. On his deathbed he calls for Jeng Yah, a woman who is not his wife. Cigarette Girl is more than just a love story and the soul-searching journey of three brothers. Their backgrounds are as diverse as their fears - which range from flying, public speaking and heights, through to intimacy, failure and death.
Friendships and even romance blossom as the participants are put through a series of challenges which are unusual, confronting and sometimes hilarious. A week of fun in the sun suddenly turns into something far more serious, however, then the unthinkable happens - a tragic disaster that puts the group in deadly danger, testing the individual courage of every member. The inspiration that brought him to Bali began at an Occupy protest where he was clubbed and arrested, having lost his job, home, marriage. A dramatic, and very real, event, as are many events in Henning's six decade life journey.
A trip to South Africa with the singer Shawn Phillips as Mandela is voted in as president- the first integrated rock concert, described with all its tension and, yes, beauty. The villa Hennings builds in Bali for visitors- the visitor's descriptions come alive on the page with insight, and Henning's trademark humor you will LOL.
The shaman, 52 Good Fingers, will live in my heart forever- sacred, alive, tragic, hilarious. This memoir reveals family tragedies, personal tragedies, and so much JOY, appetite for La Vida, from his boyhood to his present life. Hennings' humor is like a sweet tide that keeps bringing us to shore, and his sheer love of being alive brings deep wisdom within these pages.
I'm left with a sense of transcendence, with that jolt of laughter that makes it all absolutely real. And human. Amba gives birth to a child, Bhisma, but Bhisma is imprisoned on the island of Buru for his alleged sympathy for communism in Indonesia. In the penal colony is closed but Bhisma does not return to Java. He remained in Buru as a healer to the local people until the religious conflict between Muslims and Christians in the Maluku Islands erupted in His life as a prisoner in Buru is revealed in the letters he wrote to Amba and buried under a tree.
The lives of the central characters of Amba mirror those of the Mahabharata - that timeless allegory of war within a family - with a modern twist. The Story of Kadirun, a semi- autobiographical novel, reveals with honesty and comprehensive insight the unjust treat- ment towards the indigenous people from a historical perspective. Often in conversation form, they draw content from mythology, legends, and fables.
There is an omnipresent mood of darkness that pervades much of his writing; a kind of bleak perspective that lies behind a thin cloak of normality and peace. In the modernist manner, Darma is interested in style, structure, themes, and plot. Yet at the same time, he disavows himself pf the role of creator and regards his short stories as being the result of something external. MAN TIGER by Eka Kurniawan; Translated by Labodalih Sembiring Price: Rp, A wry, affecting tale set in a small town on the Indonesian coast, Man Tiger tells the story of two interlinked and tormented families and of Margio, a young man ordinary in all particulars except that he conceals within himself a supernatural female white tiger.
The inequities and betrayals of family life coalesce around and torment this magical being. An explosive act of violence follows, and its mysterious cause is unravelled as events progress toward a heartbreaking revelation. The beautiful Indo prostitute Dewi Ayu and her four daughters are beset by incest, murder, bestiality, rape, insanity, monstrosity, and the often vengeful undead. Kurniawan's gleefully grotesque hyperbole functions as a scathing critique of his young nation's troubled past: the rapacious offhand greed of colonialism; the chaotic struggle for independence; the mass murders of perhaps a million "Communists," followed by three decades of Suharto's despotic rule.
In "Breaking Barriers," author Aimee Dawis profiles nine highly accomplished women who have overcome these obstacles and thrived. In this book you'll meet: an Olympic gold medalist a world-class concert pianist a media mogul and style icon Plus six other extraordinary personalities in the worlds of business, science, sports, politics and the arts.
In these profiles, Dawis shows us how Chinese-Indonesian women serve the needs of family and community while carving out a strong and independent role for themselves in their chosen fields through determination, a belief in their ability and strong pride in their ethnic roots. These Asian women may be members of a minority group, but their stories provide inspiration for future generations of Chinese-Indonesian women, and women everywhere. From England.
From the past. From memories of his dead girlfriend, Laura. Indonesia is as good a place as any to reinvent himself cheap beer, exotic landscapes, a beautiful Indonesian girlfriend, and a bunch of misfit mate all masquerading as English teachers. Out for a stroll. But Laura won't leave him alone her ghost haunts him, her voice fills his head, her gaze follows him everywhere. It will take a breakdown and an exorcism at the hands of an Indonesian shaman to make Newbie realize that the events of the past might not always be what they seem ".
In they moved to Bali with their first child and he took up a post as a lecturer at Udayana University. They remained in Bali during the terrible times of Jan recounts her experiences during her early days in Bali, her love of the island, and her personal adventures of bringing up a large extended family in Bali, with both anguish and humour. During his lifetime he embodied the Indonesian sense of what a true artist should be. He was a flamboyant personality, often dubbed "the peacock". His dedication to his art was absolute, and he gave honest and creative expression to his emotions and thoughts.
His writing used a simple, flexible long-limbed free verse that is attractive and immediately accessible. Raised within a mystical Javanese milieu, Rendra saw nature, the individual and society as potentially forming one harmonious whole. In his poetry and his plays this commitment to personal authenticity and social justice was expressed through stories. Chudori translated by John. At the time, thousands of Indonesians who were abroad had their passports revoked and were exiled.
History was manipulated by the Suharto government to cast a favorable light on their involvement in this tragedy. A whole generation of Indonesians were raised in a world of forced silence, where facts were suppressed and left unspoken. Going back and forth between Jakarta and Paris in and , Home is about the lives of Indonesians in exile, their families and their friends, including those left behind in Indonesia.
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It is not only a story of love, lust and betrayal, but also of laughter, adventure and food. Fowler Price: Rp, Twenty-two stories by this noted Semarang, Central Java-based writer and poet in his first collection in English, with their continent- and time-spanning backdrops of history and imagination. Stories populated by bereaved cops, heartless assassins, sainted heroes and mad saviors, dissolute poets, disgusted butchers and weary warriors, and children?
Children who have seen far too much in their still-young lives. The unexpected is always happening. Supernatural events occur in ordinary settings, turning lives and reality on end. A three-hundred-year-old Torajan mummy refuses to stay dead as an antique dealer transports its coffin in his jeep. A painting takes on a life of its own and paints the painter. A television screen emits swarms of butterflies that eventually take over the town. Village children innocently reciting their alphabet are possessed by victims of torture from centuries earlier. Boys beg in the markets as part of their silat martial arts training, but who are they and where are they from?
What is it about the nagari tree under which neighbors have long lived in harmony that later tears them apart? How can night disappear, and what is that mysterious crying and drumming? Mihardja Price: Rp, At once celebrated and controversial, Atheis, translated here as The Atheist, is considered a masterpiece of Indonesian literature.
The novel was written during the last years of the Indonesian struggle for independence by Achdiat Karta Mihardja, a journalist-cum-literary editor and member of the Socialist Party of Indonesia. It was first published in Upon publication, Atheis caused considerable discussion. Religious thinkers, Marxist-Leninists, and anarchists decried the novel for not explaining their ideologies in more detail; but literary figures and many in the general public praised it.
Through his work, his short stories especially, most of which appeared in the late s, Idrus helped to set new directions for the use of the Indonesian language, strengthening it with a measure of frankness and directness that was uncommon before his time. Idrus was a storyteller who wrote mostly about ordinary people who were distinguished by some odd characteristic, circumstance, or misfortune. He did not deal with the larger, more "philosophical" issues that bothered many of his contemporaries, preferring to deal with simpler, human themes instead.
She has decided to throw in her lot with the young republic and identify as an Indonesian. An air hostess with the new Garuda Indonesian Airlines, Elisa is determined to establish her independence and find a place where she really feels she belongs. With a troubled family background and almost no knowledge of her past or ancestry, Elisa is searching for her true identity. If finding her real father proves a heartbreaking search, then perhaps marriage to the handsome Javanese, Sukoharjito with whom she has fallen deeply in love, will give her the sense of belonging and stability she yearns for.
With the support of her Indonesian house mates, Lansih and Wati, Elisa learns what it means to be a young woman finding her way in the troubled early years after Indonesia's independence. Narrated by some of the warung's most intriguing patrons, with a preface by Murni herself, the book tells the story of how a humble roadside stall became an institution - in fact a must visit on a magical must visit island.
This easy to read and immensely enjoyable collection of vignettees was published to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Murni's Warung in February Its people are among the most hospitable on the planet; it is rich beyond telling in languages, cultures and landscapes and it heaves with gold, nickel, spices, fish stocks. Indonesia is also a well-spring of patronage, corruption and bureaucratic incompetence; its schools are a shambles, its legal system a disgrace. Elizabeth Pisani, journalist turned scientist turned analyst-of-all-trades, spent over a year travelling 21, kilometres by motorbike, bus and boat, and covering another 20, kilometres by plane.
She stayed with fishermen and farmers, bus drivers and nurses, teachers and nomads. Out of a palette that includes a sound knowledge of history, years of close observation and a healthy sense of the absurd, she paints a clear-eyed but ultimately affectionate portrait of the nation. Among Bali's drug dealers it's the code for a huge cocaine shipment having just landed.
For the men who run the island's drug empires, it's time to get rich and party hard. This is the story of drug trafficking and dealing in Bali by best selling author Kathryn Bonella. Kathryn was given extraordinary access into the lives of some of the biggest players in Bali's drug world, both past and present. She charts their rise to incredible wealth and power, and their drug-fuelled lifestyles, filled with orgies, outrageous extravagance and surfing. From the highs of multi-million dollar deals to the desperate lows of death row in an Indonesian high security jail, Snowing in Bali is a unique, uncensored insight into a hidden world.
It's a bizarre nether world where murderers sleep alongside petty thieves, drug and alcohol addiction is rife, guards are corrupt and money talks. Into this hellhole have passed a procession of the infamous and the tragic: the Bali bombers, Schapelle Corby, the Bali Nine and many others. Backed by interviews with prisoners past and present, the truth about Hotel K explodes off the page. Simultaneously mesmerising and stomach-turning.
It is through the appearance of everyday objects that Afrizal's poems emerge as a repository of the cultural meanings of space and things in Indonesia's everyday modernity. They are poems that trace the quickly changing urban trajectory of present day Indonesia. Malna is a productive literary and theatre critic, novelist and short story writer and can boast a writing career of more than 30 years.
In the 's he moved to Jakarta where he mixed with leftist artists and writers. He never formally joined the Indonesian Communist Party but in , when Soeharto wrested control of the country, he found himself targeted by the military. He was detained without trial for 10 years. This collection of stories portrays the experiences of survivors of violence. Sukanta delves deeply into ordinary suffering, using his keen eye for the mundane to expose extraordinary contradictions.
McGlynn, Claire Siverson, Sandra Taylor Price: Rp, The protagonists of the stories in this collection all crave a private domain, a place that nobody else can touch. They share with their creator a passion for words, a passion for writing and a passion for literature. These characters are feisty, non-conformist, and fiercely independent - traits that do not necessarily serve them well in the constraints of the conservative environments in which they find themselves. Through a distinctive mix of striking imagery and boldness of voice, the poet sets out to destroy many of the common assumptions about everyday life and human relationships.
As a woman and a poet, she is doubly an outsider. Her blatant departure, in form as well as content, from the accepted conventions of society which intensifies through the progression of her work is remarkable, not only in its personal and political ramifications, but in its emotional and imaginative tenor as well. Morphology of Desire is a book that will speak to readers who are interested in Indonesia, women's writing, and in poetry in general. She grew up in a family where her father was a rule unto himself. Made blames herself for the death of her first love, who dies in a motorcycle accident.
Her initial experience of marriage is a 'face-saving' arrangement, forced upon her by her father. She becomes a captive with no rights, and a victim of abuse. It is only her stubborn will that enables her to rise above her situation and escape her renditions, running away to live abroad. Through sheer hard work and determination she attains a good education and builds a career, while bringing up her children. But the bad luck in love continues, and she returns home to Bali to seek resolution of her family problems.
The discovery sets the village of Batu Gede astir. The life of Made 'Nol' Ziro, a stalwart member of the community with a little gambling problem is turned upside down. Could one of the skeletons be that of his schoolmaster father, who disappeared during the massacres of ? Arguably the most traumatic cataclysm of Bali's rich and fascinating history, the massacres of remain mostly unknown to the island's visitors.
Interweaving historical drama with contemporary Bali life, Bones of the New Moon is compulsively readable, a page-turner with unexpected twists leavened with dashes of humour, laying bare the love and hatred, the tragedy and irony, and the joy and despair of our common human predicament. Hundreds of people were killed and accounts of this massacre sparked international outrage. In Jakarta a cover-up began immediately: the Suharto government declared the killings an "accident" provoked by armed provocateurs.
The Indonesian mass media was cautioned to tow the official line. Seno Gumira Ajidarma, editor of Jakarta Jakarta at the time, refused to do so and was released from his position. Is this just a security exercise or something much more dangerous? A French underground novel about Emmanuelle — a young girl who flies to Bangkok to meet her husband, who goes on a journey of sexual discovery. Claire arrives in Bangkok in March and becomes obsessed with the disappearance of Jim Thompson.
When the Norwegian ambassador to Thailand is found dead in a Bangkok brothel, Inspector Harry Hole is dispatched from Oslo to help hush up the case. A comic thriller and an antic portrait of boom-time Bangkok through the eyes of expat Jack Shackaway. He ends up marooned in the jungle and then back in Cambodia, up against the Khmer Rouge.
It is , and the security of the American Embassy in Bangkok is under threat — from one of its own…. He heads to Bangkok to find … what? To face what dangers?
An old fashioned love story between a retired cop from Jersey City and a woman in the oldest profession in the world…. This site is part of the Amazon affiliate program and we receive commission for purchases made through our referral links. This goes towards helping us run the site. Please note: The price that you pay for any product purchased via our referral links remains exactly the same. Books About Bangkok. Everything from novels to guidebooks to memoirs to maps to poems and more. Please note that this is a work in progress. The Bangkok Cowboys alexander lewis From Northeast England to the streets of Bangkok, with a healthy dollop of hedonism, corruption and trafficking in between.
Thailand Confidential jerry hopkins Writer Jerry Hopkins came to Thailand for a visit in the s, and ended up a permanent resident with a temporary visa—a big, white farang haunting the bars and back alleys of Bangkok. Tone Deaf in Bangkok and Other Places janet brown From her first bewildered hours to the moment that she reluctantly leaves, Janet Brown describes her experience of falling in love with, and in, Bangkok. Nightmare in Bangkok andy botts Botts was arrested in Thailand for drug smuggling and faced death by firing squad.
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