Out and about: Author Ratih Kumala poses for a photograph in front of the ancient Sanchi Buddhist complex in Madhya Pradesh, India, on the sidelines of the first India-ASEAN Youth Summit in mid-August. She joined the summit as an Indonesian delegate. (JP/Sebastian Partogi)
Source: The Jakarta Post, 16 October 2017
Pursuing a career as a writer requires a lot of energy and persistence, according to novelist-scriptwriter Ratih Kumala.
Suppose you are walking to an Indonesian restaurant with a friend. You both sit at a table before taking a glimpse at bottles of sarsaparilla and kerupuk(deep fried crackers) sitting atop it. You might not think too deeply about them.
That is not the case for novelist, short story writer and scriptwriter Ratih Kumala, who said that she had a penchant for developing stories from small, often trivialized things, such as the objects that were sitting on our table during an interview in mid-September.
I am you, your are me. #UWRF16
“Evolving English” in Taman Baca, Ubud.
The season was still winter, they say, as I packed my luggage to go to Melbourne, late August 2015. Although it’s not snowy, but the chill windy air made us need to wear a coat, and a scarf.
This one is my wedding gift to my husband, Eka Kurniawan who will publish his novel Seperti Dendam, Rindu Harus Dibayar Tuntas. This is a short film, based on his novel. Produced by me, directed and DOP by Reno Marciano, assistant director is Khairul Amri, casted by Cessa Putri, Khairul Amri and Rahmat H. Panca….
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Ini gambar fotoku yang dibikin gaya gambar film “Juno”. Dibikin oleh Eka.