Java, Bali, Myanmar: Wind&Bones in Southeast Asia

This October, we’re going to be heading to Southeast Asia for a number of months, where we’ll be working on a range of new projects.

After an event at the British Council’s Wallacea Week in Java, where Will is talking about his book Stealing With the Eyes, and discussing travel writing with Indonesian writer Agustinus Wibowo, we’ll both be at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali where – amongst other things – we’ll be running a workshop on the ethics of writing (about which, see our previous post).

From there, we’ll be heading on to Myanmar, where we’re doing a writing residency and running a series of workshops at the Parami Institute in Yangon. In Myanmar, we’re also planning to get involved in a number of other projects in the realms of literature, education, creativity and social justice.

Whilst on the move, we’ll also be writing. Hannah’s book-length collection of short stories, In Their Absence, is due out from Roman Books later in 2019, so she’ll be finalising the manuscript for that, as well as working on new material; meanwhile, Will intends to work on his current non-fiction work-in-progress (about which more in the next couple of months).

Whilst in Southeast Asia, we’re absolutely open to new possibilities and collaborations. So if you are in the region, and are doing anything that relates to our work, we would just love to hear from you.

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