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Andy Fuller

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Andy Fuller

Andy Fuller is a PhD student at the University of Tasmania, Australia. He is currently researching the representations of urban life in the writings of Seno Gumira Ajidarma. He has a Master's Degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia (2004). During 2005 he worked at Yayasan Lontar (Jakarta, Indonesia)—funding for which was obtained from the Australia Indonesia Institute. He writes on urban life, literature and music. Andy has translated several stories by Seno Gumira Ajidarma and other Indonesian writers. He can be contacted at acfuller@utas.edu.au

Articles by Andy Fuller

Binhad Nurrohmat at Manggarai
By Andy Fuller
This film was shot at Manggarai train station in central Jakarta. Ujang, the person who reads Binhad Nurrohmat’s poem (“The People on the KRL”) works on the train line which runs from…
Binhad Nurrohmat in Cirebon
By Andy Fuller
This reading was filmed on the north-central coast of Java in the port city of Cirebon. The film shows Binhad Nurrohmat reading a poem he wrote on a previous visit to the city. The title of the poem is…
Words Without Borders and the Idea of Indonesian Literature
By Andy Fuller
I want to explore how the idea of “words without borders” might relate to the concept of “Indonesian literature.” “Borders” can be political, cultural, social and perhaps,…
Maybe Not Yem
By Etik Juwita
“Can you believe it? One of my friends threw her boss’s baby into a washing machine, just before going back to her village,” the woman beside me said in a flat voice. I turned my gaze…
Translated from Indonesian by Andy Fuller