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Sunday, September 09, 2012

Invitation From Lian Gouw and Dalang Publishing LLC

If I live in San Francisco, California, I definitely would love to come to this event.
The owner of Kabari Magazine based in California, John Oei, introduced me to Lian Gouw two years ago when Kabari would publish their review of my book, Enthusiasm
 
Who is Lian Gouw?
Lian Gouw was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, an author and the owner of Dalang Publishing LLC.
Lian’s short stories and poems have appeared in Quietus Magazine, Writing for our Lives, Voices and Visions, The Highland’s Low Down and Reflections. Her Predicament, an earlier version of the first chapter of her novel, Only A Girl, was included in the 2006 anthology of the SF Writers Conference, Building Bridges from Writers to Readers.
 
Do you think the second book of the Enthusiasm saga would launch at The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in New York? I have been thinking about this since I launched my first novel Enthusiasm.  With more than two hours driving to get there, I think it's not going to be effective.  Philadelphia is the alternative.  There are many Indonesians, and it only takes around an hour to get there.  But I think the best thing is inviting friends and coworkers and take a very nice place--not far from my house--to celebrate. (*)

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