Agus R. Sarjono 
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Agus R. Sarjono 
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* 27.07.1962, Bandung, Indonezija
živi v: Cimanggis, Indonezija

Agus R. Sarjono (born 27 July 1962 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia) is an Indonesian poet and author.[1] In 1988, he graduated from Department of Indonesian Literature of IKIP Bandung, and then finished his postgraduate program in Universitas Indonesia at the faculty of literature and cultural studies in 2002.

He writes poems, short stories, essays, critics, and drama, which have been published in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, and several journals in Germany, France, Netherlands, England, and the United States. His poems are included in more than twenty anthologies.

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He works as a lecturer in the Theatre Department of STSI Bandung, as an editor of the literary magazine, Horison, and as the Program Director of The Jakarta Arts Council for the period of 2002–2006. He was a writer-in-residence at the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) in Leiden from February through October 2001, courtesy of Poets of All Nations Foundation. From December 2002 to March 2003 he stayed in Langenbroich, Germany, as a guest writer of The Heinrich-Böll-Foundation.

Objave
  • Kenduri Airmata

    [Tears Feast]

    1994

  • Suatu Cerita dari Negeri Angin

    [A Story from the Country of the Wind]

    2001

  • Bahasa dan Bonafiditas Hantu

    [Language and The Bonafidity of Ghosts]

    [Essay]

    2001

  • Sastra dalam Empat Orba

    [Literature in The Four Stages of New Order Regime]

    [Essay]

    2001

  • A Story from the Country of the Wind

    [English Edition]

    2001

  • Frische Knochen aus Banyuwangi

    ausgewählte Gedichte

    Aus dem Indonesischen übertragen von Inge Dümpel und Berthold Damshäuser

    Berlin: Edition Galrev, 2002

  • Diterbangkan Kata-kata

    [Flying by Words]

    2005

  • Lumbung Perjumpaan

    Kumpulan Sajak

    [Poetry]

    Mekarsari, Depok: komodo books, 2011

  • Kopi, Kretek, Cinta

    Kumpulan Puisi

    [Poetry]

    Mekarsari, Depok: komodo books, 2013

  • Gestatten, mein Name ist Trübsinn

    Gedichte

    Aus dem Indonesischen übertragen von Berthold Damshäuser

    Berlin: regiospectra Verlag, 2015

Nagrade
  • 2012 MASTERA Award from the Malaysian government

  • 2013 Sunthorn Phu Award from Thailand government

Links
  • Blog Agus R. Sarjono

    Website
  • Berthold Damshäuser und Agus R. Sarjono: "Sprachfeuer" Lyrik aus Indonesien

    Website
  • DW Interview: Agus R. Sarjono: "Wir können mehr als nur tanzen"

    Website