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The Dodo

Short Story by Ben Loory (The Jakarta Post, April 23, 2018)

Once there was a dodo, and he died with the rest, but then he suddenly got back up again. 841 more words

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Witnessing the Madwijati Ceremony

Thrilled with my feature article in the April – June 2018 edition of Bali & Beyond Magazine. Click on this text to read…. you will be amazed. 26 more words

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The Squid who Fell in Love with the Sun

Short Story by Ben Loory (The Jakarta Post, April 09, 2018)

Once there was a squid who fell in love with the sun. He’d been a strange squid ever since he was born — one of his eyes pointed off in an odd direction, and one of his tentacles was a little deformed. 1,762 more words

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Life is a Coffee Bean

Short Story by Eric Musa Piliang (The Jakarta Post, March 26, 2018)

She has been coming here every single day for as long as I can remember. 1,201 more words

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The Warrior’s Sword

Short Story by Eko Triono (The Jakarta Post, March 12, 2018)

When I returned home after having purchased a water tube, I found Ka seated at the dinner table with his arms folded across his chest. 2,153 more words

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Memories

Short Story by Latifa Sekarini (The Jakarta Post, February 26, 2018)

My father’s first love had been a woman who carried the ocean inside her. 1,946 more words

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Sway of the Swing

Short Story by Yudhi Herwibowo (The Jakarta Post, February 12, 2018)

The breeze passing through the leaves sounded like the pitter-patter of rain. The weather slowly became colder. 1,578 more words

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