ANDA ingin memasarkan hasil karya kreatif anda tetapi tidak pasti jika ia memenuhi cita rasa pembaca hari ini?

Atau, anda ingin mengetahui teknik terbaik untuk 'menghidupkan' watak-watak yang anda jelmakan dalam karya anda?

Ataupun, anda ingin mengirimkan manuskrip kepada penerbit tetapi tidak pasti sama ada ia mampu menawan hati dan perhatiannya?

Jika ini merupakan antara persoalan yang anda hadapi sebagai penulis, mengapa tidak sertai tiga bengkel penulisan kreatif yang dianjurkan secara eksklusif oleh Berita Harian?

Bengkel ini yang merupakan sebahagian daripada program Mencari Kristal, menampilkan penulis generasi baru dari luar negara: Biodata pembimbing adalah seperti di bawah.

Butiran lanjut tentang bengkel dan pendaftaran disediakan di bawah. Untuk mendaftar sila klik pautan ini: https://www.gevme.com/mencari-kristal-2019-68781519

Setiap sesi bernilai $20, namun jika anda hadiri kesemua bengkel, kami menawarkan harga istimewa: hanya $100! Daftar sekarang, tempat terhad!

Jadual Bengkel / Workshop Schedule

No Acara Tarikh Pengendali
 
1

Bengkel 1

Tema:Membangun watak dalam karya. Menyimpul makna dalam penceritaan

23 Februari, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Ayu Utami

Daftar Sekarang!

 
2

Bengkel 2

Tema:Gaya Bahasa. Pengkaryaan yang santai dan kolokial. Mutu dan nilai kesusasteraan dan selera pembaca.

2 Mac, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Dr Shamsudin Othman

Daftar Sekarang!

 
3

Bengkel 3

Tema:Sains di sebalik penulisan kreatif, seni dalam penghasilan cerpen.

9 Mac, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Dr Fahd Razy

Daftar Sekarang!

 
4

Bengkel 4

Tema:Sastera: Ibadah dan Amanah dalam penulisan cerpen dan novel.

16 Mac, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Suratman Markasan

Daftar Sekarang!

 
5

Bengkel 5

Tema:Menyulam realisme dalam karya kreatif. Meningkatkan mutu karya dan nilai pasaran penulis tempatan

23 Mac, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Noridah Kamari

Daftar Sekarang!

 
6

Bengkel 6

Tema:Sastera Kreatif dan Pasaran Indonesia. Memahami selera pembaca dan permintaan penerbit

30 Mac, Sabtu
9 pagi hingga 5 petang
Laura Prinsloo

Daftar Sekarang!

 

 

 

Para pembimbing

Ayu Utami

A prolific Indonesian writer who has written novels, short-stories, and articles. Saman (1998) is widely considered her masterpiece. It was translated into English by Pamela Allen in 2005. By writing about sex and politics, Utami addressed issues formerly forbidden to Indonesian women, a change referred to as sastra wangi. Utami was born in Bogor and grew up in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the University of Indonesia, where she studied Russian language and literature. During her college years she began publishing reports and essays in newspapers.

Dr Shamsudin Othman

A renowned writer from Malaysia who had won more than 30 national and international awards in various literary genres and fields. Among those: Perdana Malaysia Literature Prize (HSPM), Literature Award BH-ITBM, Literature Prize Utusan Group (HSKU) and Literary Award Darul Ta'zim (ASD). He was awarded the UPM Vice-Chancelor Fellowship Award (Arts & Creativity) in 2012. Dr Shamsudin is a senior lecturer at University Putra Malaysia, at the Department of Language and Humanities Education.

Dr Fahd Razy

An award-winning writer who is a medical doctor by profession based in Terengganu and owns a publishing company, Kata-Pilar Books. Among the prizes he has received include the Utusan Group Literary Award, The Bank Rakyat Students' Literary Award, and the al-Fikrah Maidam-DBPWT poetry recitation competition (2007), ITM-Pena-BH Literary Competition (2015).

Suratman Markasan

Suratman Markasan is one of Singapore’s Malay-language literary pioneers. A national laureate, an educator, community leader, socio-political commentator, poet, and short story and novel writer, Suratman writes about the Malay experience in Singapore, addressing issues from filial piety to displacement in his award-winning works.

Noridah Kamari

Noridah Kamari’s works have been featured in multiple regional anthologies. Her anthology of poems, Kail Sejengkal, was published in 2005. The same year, she was awarded the Merit Prize (Poetry) at the Golden Point Award by the National Arts Council of Singapore. In 2013 she was awarded the Anugerah Harapan Tun Seri Lanang. Her numerous accolades include the Malay Literary Award (2007, 2003, 2001, 1999), Golden Point Award (2011 and the Merit Prize in 2005), and the Anugerah Harapan Tun Seri Lanang (2013).

Laura Pinsloo

Laura Prinsloo is the Managing Director of Kesaint Blanc, a publishing and printing house in Indonesia. Laura is the Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Committee for the Indonesian Chambers of Commerce. She is also the Head of the International Book Exhibition for the Indonesian Publishers Association. In 2016, she was appointed as the Head of the National Book Committee for Indonesia.