Literature CityAll citiesAmayAntwerpenBrusselsComblain-au-PontGentLeidenLiège ThemesAll themesNew creation October 2017Every monthOctober 2017November 2017December 2017January 2018February 2018March 2018April 2018May 2018June 2018 Apéro poésie nomade - Poetry traditions in Indonesia Rencontre littéraire avec Godi Suwarna, Tan Lioe Ie, Zubaidah Djohar & Laurence Vielle (en FR) Godi Suwarna Suwarna is a grand master of poetic declamation in the Sundanese language. His poetry is a virtuoso blend of rural and urban, traditional and cosmopolitan voices. Tan Lioe le In residenceTan Lioe Ie is a Balinese poet and musician. His Chinese origins can be felt in his poems, which integrate elements of Chinese mythology and rituals. Zubaidah Djohar Born in Aceh, a region ravaged by war and the Tsunami, Djohar’s poems are an arduous struggle against forgetting. They are expressed in the form of song and dance. Margareta Astaman Chinese identity is never far away in the light and funny multicultural novels of Margareta ‘Margie’ Astaman. She is widely revered by younger readers. Laurence Vielle Following in the footsteps of Indonesian ancestors and rituals, our national poet met the writers and poets of Makassar. She will enter into dialogue with them during EUROPALIA literary events.