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2010 S.E.A. WRITE GUEST SPEAKER
WILLIAM DALRYMPLE




William Dalrymple, FRSL FRAS (born 20 March 1965 in Scotland) is a multiple-award winning historian and travel writer, as well as a distinguished broadcaster, critic, art historian, foreign correspondent and co-director of Asia's largest literary festival.

Dalrymple was born William Hamilton-Dalrymple, the son of Sir Hew Hamilton-Dalrymple, 10th baronet, a cousin of Virginia Woolf. He was educated at Ampleforth College and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was first a history exhibitioner and then senior history scholar.

Dalrymple, who has lived in Delhi on and off for the last 25 years, is married to the artist Olivia Fraser and has three children, Ibby, Sam, and Adam, and a cockatoo called Albinia. The South Asia correspondent of the New Statesman since 2004, he is a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society and the Royal Society of Literature

Dalrymple's interests include India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Middle East, Mughal rule, the Muslim world, Hinduism, Buddhism, the Jains and early Eastern Christianity. All of his six books have won major literary prizes, as have his radio and television documentaries. His first three were travel books based on his journeys in the Middle East, India and Central Asia. His early influences included the travel writers such as Robert Byron, Eric Newby, and Bruce Chatwin. More recently, Dalrymple has published a book of essays about South Asia, and two award-winning histories of the interaction between the British and the Mughals between the eighteenth and mid nineteenth century. His books have been translated into French, Spanish,


Italian, Dutch, German, Estonian, Swedish, Norwegian, Czech, Polish, Turkish, Japanese, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Indonesian, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Marathi and Bengali.

He is a regular contributor to The New York Review of Books, The Guardian, the New Statesman and The New Yorker. He has also written many articles for Time magazine, to which he contributed the article The Real Islam for their 2004 annual issue Asian Journey. He wrote an essay Business as Usual for the India Charges Ahead special issue commemorating 60 years of Indian independence.

He attended the inaugural Palestine Festival of Literature in 2008 - giving readings and taking workshops in Jerusalem, Ramallah and Bethlehem.

He is the founder and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival along with the writer Namita Gokhale. The festival, now the largest literary festival in Asia and the largest free festival of literature in the world, is held annually in the Indian city of Jaipur and was recently dubbed "the greatest literary show on earth" by The Daily Beast.

Dalrymple spends most of the year at his farm house in Mehrauli near New Delhi, India, but summers in London and Edinburgh.

His latest book, Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern India, was published by Bloomsbury, and went to the number one slot on the Indian non-fiction section bestseller list.[11] Since its publication he has been touring the UK, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia, Holland and the US with a band consisting of some of the people featured in his book including Sufis, Fakirs, Bauls, Theveram hymn singers as well as a prison warder and part-time Theyyam dancer widely believed to be an incarnation of the God Vishnu.
He is now beginning work on a history of the First Afghan War 1839-42, and curating a major show of the late Mughal and Company School painting of Delhi for the Asia Society in New York, due to open January 2012.
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2010 BRUNEI S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

WIJAYA


 
Wijaya is the pen name of Yang Berhormat Pehin Jawatan Dalam Seri Maharaja Dato Seri Utama Dr. Haji Awang Mohd. Jamil Al – Sufri bin Begawan Pehin Udana Khatib Dato Seri Paduka Haji Awang Umar. He was born on 10 December 1921, in Kampong Sungai Kedayan, Negara Brunei Darussalam. Yang Berhormat Pehin is a prominent figure in the fields of education, literature, history, culture and religion in Brunei Darussalam. He obtained his Malay and English education locally and abroad. He was conferred the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Litt. D) from American Institute of Science Indiana, USA (20th April 1967), Masters of Letters from the University of Brunei Darussalam (16th September 1993), the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters from University of Kebangsaan Malaysia (27th June 1998) and ASEAN Culture Award in literary field from ASEAN COCI (8th November 1990). He speaks fluently in English, Japanese and Arabic. He started writing in 1940s and is interested in history, literature, language, culture and education. He has produced few books in many fields. Renungan is Yang Berhormat Pehin’s first anthology of poems.




2010 INDONESIA S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

AFRIZAL MALNA



 


Born in Jakarta on June 7, 1957,  Afrizal Malna grew to be a poet and cultural worker, dedicated in his arts. He has participated in many collaborative avant garde arts and performance. His main domain, however, is poetry.  He has steadily produced poetry collections (7 anthologies), besides one novel and one anthologies of essay, some of which have been translated into English.  In 1980s he was known as the proponent of “dark” poetry, a term used to describe the complex and innovative style of his art, and has had many followers.  Afrizal Malna now resides in Solo, Central Java.




2010 LAOS S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

DARA KANLAYA



 


Douangchampa is the penname of Dara KANLAYA, age 72, author of some 60 short stories, over 90 poems, 7 novels, and 1 two hours play  “ Boua Deng ”. Dara started her career as a school teacher and began her writing in 1958. Working with the government as writer, translator and editor until 2001,  now  retired, she keeps writing and publishing children’s books,  novels and poetry. Dara’s writing theme mostly deals with women issues, gender and promotes a better living standard for women through education. Throughout her life Dara untiredlessly engaged herself in numerous social work activities, especially for the benefit of children and women.  Daughter of the well known scholar Maha Sila VIRAVONG, she also works as curator of old palm leaf manuscripts and study classic Lao literature, especially Sang Sin Xay Epic. At present, Dara lives with her four children and eight grand-children in Vientiane.



2010 MALAYSIA S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

ZAEN KASTURI


 


Zaen Kasturi or his real name Zainal Palit was born on October 16th, 1964 in Kuala Sungai Baru, Melaka.  He was educated in his hometown but later went to study at the University of Malaya and the University of London.  Zaen writes in various genres and is an award-winning writer in various prestigious writing competitions in Malaysia.  His books among many others include Yuda (a collection of short stories), Katarsis (collection of poems), Iga (collection of poems), Angin Belantara (novel).  Zaen is currently the new voice in the local literary scene who gives life to a fast forgotten, easily ignored discipline (literature).  He has inspired many young writers who now works harder at their craftsmanship to be like Zaen Kasturi.




2010 THE PHILIPPINES S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

MARJORIE EVASCO



 

Marjorie Evasco has been writing in the last 35 years. Her published works in poetry and
biography are included in the canon of Philippine Literature. The Manila Critics Circle gave National Book Awards to all her five books: Dreamweavers; Ochre Tones: Poems in English and Cebuano; Six Women Poets: Inter/Views; A Life Shaped by Music; and Ani: The Life & Art of Hermogena Borja Lungay (2006). She received writing fellowships and residencies  from prestigious institutions, among them the Rockefeller Foundation Conference & Study Center in Bellagio, Italy, the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, and the Hawthornden Castle International Writers Retreat in Scotland. She has participated in poetry and writers festivals in Asia-Pacific, North America, Central and South America. She writes in English and Cebuano, and her works have been translated into many languages.



2010 SINGAPORE S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

JOHAR BIN BUANG

 

 

Johar Bin Buang, also known by his pseudonym, H.B. Johar was born in Singapore on 23 January 1958. In his life journey as a writer, Johar has never taken part in any literary courses or received any training from anyone. He attributed his interest and inspiration to write sufistic poems in the early 1980s to his religious teacher, Syekh Muhammad Thaha Al-Muhammadi, who prayed for him. His first sufistic poem entitled ‘Ayan Kekasih’ was published in Mingguan Aneka on 31 March 1984. This poem was given a special review by a renowned poet and literary critic, Djamal Tukimin, over a period of eight weeks in the abovementioned newsletter. His anthology of poetry entitled Perahu has won the Literary Award Darul Iman III that was organised by the Sultanate of Terengganu in 1995. His other poem, entitled MRT has won the Literary Prize in 1993, organised by Malay Language Council Singapore. Another poem entitled Program Timur, won the Islamic Poetry Award that was organised by Brunei Darussalam.




2010 THAILAND S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

ZAKARIYA AMATAYA


 


Zakariya Amataya was born on May 25, 1975 in the southern province of Narathiwat’s Bacho district, along the Budo mountain. He received his primary education at Ban Kalupae School, his secondary at Attarkiah Islamiah Institute, both in Narathiwat, followed by Islamic College of Bangkok.  He then spent five years in central India studying Islamic Sciences, Arabic Language and Literature at Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama College before returning home to study Comparative Religion at Mahidol University.
His initially discovered his passion for poetry during his years in India. The atmosphere and culture at the college were the attributes to his interests as well as foreign literature and philosophy.  During his junior year, his writing on free-verse poetry had started to flourish when he took courses in Classic, Medieval and Contemporary Arabic Literature.

From India to Thailand, free-verse poetry has mastered its popularity among literary circles, and Zakariya wanted to become a "bridge" between different cultures and languages.  His first translated book called "Duay-Jit-Winyarn-Aun-Piemsook (Happy Soul)"was published with marginal distribution, whereas his poems were more widely publicized on numerous online blogs. He later founded his own website wwww.thaipoetsociety.com as a communal channel for poetry forums and critics.
Since 2004, Zakariya's translated work and poems have been constantly published on newspapers and journals. The award-winning "No Women in Poetry" was his first compilation of poems in the past ten years. At present, he endlessly studies literature, writes and translates poetry, while conducting poetry reading sessions and events. Zakariya has been trying to write a novel based on the memories of his childhood and hometown for more than two years now.



2010 VIETNAM S.E.A. WRITE AWARD

NGUYEN NHAT ANH


 


Nguyễn Nhật Ánh (born on May 7, 1955) is a Vietnamese author of incisive stories for both teenagers and adults. He is also a teacher, a poet and a journalist. His works are enormous, including approximately 24 novellas, 2 novel series and some collections of poems. He is regarded as one of the most successful writer for teens. So far he published more than 100 books. His most well-known novel Kính vạn hoa (Kaleidoscope), which contains 54 volumes, has recently been made into 4 drama series of the same name. The series became a flourishing success and (chu nay co nghia la noi qua, khong co thuc) won great acclaim from both readers and critics. His name is also his pseudonym.
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