Banned Literature in Translation

A project in Jakarta, Indonesia by InterSastra

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To protest attacks on cultural events and books, we are publishing a series of Banned Literature in Translation.
Backers: 52
Average Pledge Per Backer: kr962 NOK

Funded: kr50,016 NOK of kr50,000 NOK
Dates: Aug 26th -> Oct 10th (45 days)
Project By: InterSastra
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Latest News

Donate and own artwork by the brilliant Molly Crabapple

October 5th - via:
Molly Crabapple   Amazing artist MOLLY CRABAPPLE is offering an original 5" x 8" portrait to the first person who donates at least US$1500 to InterSastra's fundraising campaign. In addition, she offers 3 prints of one of her drawings for at least... (Read More)

This week's winner is...

October 5th - via:
Thank you very much to all of you who has donated to our fundraising campaign this week. We offered our donors a chance to win a workshop with an acclaimed writer, and we drew the winner's name: Congratulations, Feby!... (Read More)

Uniformity Kills Diversity by Vendy Methodos

October 3rd - via:
Uniformity Kills Diversity by Vendy Methodos Mural artist Vendy Methodos created this image as a response to the attacks on discussions and cultural events in his hometown Yogyakarta, perpetrated by intolerant religious groups and the authorities.... (Read More)

Win a Workshop with a Renowned Writer

September 27th - via:
This week, until October 4, donate at least $30 to our campaign and get a chance to win a one-to-one online workshop with an award-winning, extraordinary writer. We are offering you a chance to improve your writing skills with personalized advice... (Read More)

And the winner is...

September 26th - via:
Thank you very much to everyone who has donated to our cause this week. As you know in the past week everyone who donated $30 or more gets a chance to win a one-to-one online workshop with a tutor their choice from a list of acclaimed translators. We... (Read More)

Win a Workshop with an Esteemed Literary Translator

September 20th - via:
This week (Sep 20-26) every donation above US$30 made to the Banned Literature in Translation project via Kickstarter gives you a chance at winning a one-to-one online workshop with an acclaimed literary translator of your choice. We’ll draw the... (Read More)

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