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    Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie

ISBN: 978-623-7150-07-7
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Extract from the novel “All the Fish in the Sky”

by: Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie

Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie’s All the Fish in the Sky is a whimsical and surreal work that revolves around the relationships between characters of personified animals, inanimate objects and a nomadic boy-god figure suspended in a purgatory-like space. Ziggy writes innocent and curious descriptions that simultaneously evoke these underlying societal issues about sexuality, religion and the environment.

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Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie’s All the Fish in the Sky is a whimsical and surreal work that revolves around the relationships between characters of personified animals, inanimate objects and a nomadic boy-god figure suspended in a purgatory-like space. Ziggy writes innocent and curious descriptions that simultaneously evoke these underlying societal issues about sexuality, religion and the environment. ISBN: 978-623-7150-07-7
Publish Date: 2019
Page Count: 150 pages
Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie was born in 1993 in Bandar Lampung and studied Law at university in Bandung, West Java. Within her short writing career she has already written up to thirty books. Her works seem to resemble and utilize children’s stories whilst depicting underlying political and social tensions.
Translator :Pamela Allen
Pamela Allen teaches Indonesian language and literature at the University of Tasmania. She has translated and published a wide range of literary genres from Indonesian to English, including short stories, novels and poetry. She is the English translator of Ayu Utami’s award-winning novel Saman and is currently translating Cerita Cinta Enrico [Enrico’s Love Story], another novel by the same author. She regularly interprets and translates for the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali and has for many years served as a translator and editor for the Lontar Foundation. Most recently she served as the English-language managing editor for Lontar’s new BTW book series.

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Dimensions 11 x 18 cm