• Hi, I will be appearing in Makassar International Writers Festival 2019 in these events:

    I am flattered and happy to be part of MIWF this year with its themed People, which I believe resonate well with my writing. Please see me there when you are around the area. I will also be appearing in another session in a book store Graha Media and will talk about finding the meaning of love. It's gonna be fun and Interesting!

  • I will be appearing in Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2018: Jagaditha. Fringe Event: Courageous Confessions, 25th October 2018, 17-19hrs together with Feby Indirani and Rudolf Dethu. Link for detail: Courageous Confessions and another session Main Program: Off Limits, 26th Oct 2018, 13-14.15hrs together with Norman Erikson P, Djenar Maesa Ayu, Feby Indirani, Febriana Firdaus. Link for detail: Off Limits
Nuril Basri Writer

  • My next session in Frankfurt Book Fair is "Young Voices from South East Asia - in conversation with Peh Shing Huei (SG) and Nuril Basri" on 13th Oct 2018, 13-14hrs, in hall 4.0, B 106, will be moderated by Claudia Kaiser. 

  • I will be one of the speakers in this event: The Other Half: Asia Pacific - Societies in Diversity and Change, in the Frankfurt Book Fair 2018 on 10th Oct at 2PM in hall 4.0 Pavillion, together with Sarah Quigley, Min Jin Lee, Amanda Lee Koe and Claudia Kaiser as the moderator. Mostly I will talk about change that I felt and how it reflected on my works. Please do come and cheer me up if you happen to be in Frankfurt for the book fair. I will also be in another event on 13th of Oct to talk about something else (detailed soon). Link for the event: Frankfurt Book Fair Event

  • I'm going to give a talk in Asia House in Oct 24th, at 6 PM. Talking about my book Not A Virgin, moderated by Dr. Ben Murtagh. BREAKING TABOOS IN ASIA INDONESIA IN FOCUS: GENDER DISCRIMINATION. Link for the event: Asia House

  • 12 Oct, 2018, Frankfurt Book Fair, Agora, 12.30 PM: Life in the World Both Lonely and Surreal. Reading an excerpt from Not A Virgin, moderated by Marius Hulpe, Agora.