Lontar working on more literary projects
The Jakarta Post
A Jakarta-based translation organization wants bookworms worldwide to tap into Indonesia’s rich literary reserves, and is turning to cyber technology to spread the word.
The Lontar Foundation is about to launch the world’s first joint English-language and Bahasa Indonesia literature journal online — portraying life in the archipelago from Indonesian perspectives for a global audience,...
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