LEILA CHUDORI’S US TRIP FOR “HOME, A NOVEL”, trans by John McGlynn, published by Deep Vellum, US


  • Monday, April 11th, Brazos Bookstore, Houston , Texas, 19.00



Reading  and discussion of “Home” and Book Signing

http://www.brazosbookstore.com/event/leila-chudori-home …

  • Tuesday, April 12, Evening:

Reading at Malvern Books in Austin


  • Wednesday, April 13th, Alamo Drafthouse Dallas

1005 S. Lamar St., Dallas, Texas 75215

 discussion on “Home” 


  • Thursday, April 14th, 7 pm, at The Wild Detectives

Reading and Discussion on “Home” with Brandon Miller

314 W Eighth St. Oak Cliff.
Dallas, TX 75208. T: 214-942-0108

Organized by Will Evans, founder and editor at Deep Vellum


  • Monday, April 18th, UCLA,  15:30-17:00

12.00 -13.00 : Current Events in Indonesia and Tempo

15.30-17.00 :  Reading of “Home”, Q and A Session


  • Tuesday, April 19th, UCLA

12.00 – 1.30  : Discussion on Tempo and its place on Indonesian Media Scene

10383 Bunche Hall

UCLA Campus

  • Thursday , April 21, UC Berkeley,  17.00 -18.30

Discussion with Leila S.Chudori on “Novel ‘Home’, Indonesia, and Freedom of Expression”

Reading and Q and A

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http://events.berkeley.edu/index.php/calendar/sn/sseas.html?event_ID=98599&date=2016-04-21 …

  • Monday, April 25, Gardner Centre, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle, 19.00

1400 E Prospect St, Seattle, WA 98112,

With Rick Simonson from Elliot Bay Book Store

Discussion on “Home”


  • Tuesday, April 26, The Henry M.Jackson School of International Studies,UW

303 Thomson Hall, Box 353650, Seattle , Washington 981965-650


  • Thursday, April 28, 19.30 – 21.00, New York University’s Robert Wagner Graduate School of Public Service:

Discussion on The Politics of Memory:  Shadows on the Past on Indonesia’s Democracy

Presented by the New York Southeast Asia Network and Wagner Office of International Programs

The Puck Building, Rudin Family Room for Civic Dialogue, 2nd Fl.

295 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012-9604

  • Friday, April 29, 12.00-14.30, Kent Hall, Room 403, Columbia University

Discussion on “The Politics of Memory:  Shadows on the Past on Indonesia’s Democracy”

  • FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH,Asian American Writers’ Workshop
    112 W 27th Street 19.00-21.00:

Discussion on imagined Communities in Indonesia and the philippin with leila chudori, Vicente Rafael and Gina Apostol