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KATA-SUARA

featuring

SN A. Samad Said
Rahmat Haron
Ted Mahsun
Tan Sei Hon
Haris Zulkapli
Patricia Low
Nazmi Yaakob

Date: Saturday, 19th January 2008
Time: 3pm
Venue: RA Fine Arts, 6 Jalan Aman off Jalan Tun Razak (Google Map link), (wikimapia link)

Food and Drinks Provided. Admission Free.

UPDATE: Have changed the map link to Google Maps which is more reliable.

Comments

  1. glad about this ted and will come. it's a great list

    am worried still about there being too many live lit events on the calendar and lit fatigue setting in.

    if raja ahmad is holding this regularly then perhaps i need to scale back readings@seksans.(which i already was thinking of with the poetry slam starting up) can you let me know what the year's calendar is likely to look like?

    tried to get to raja ahmad's gallery yesterday to see the malay college exhibition but after an hour and a half in a traffic jam i had to turn back. please let RA and your dad know that at least we tried.

    hell btw is not full of flames, it is a bumper to bumper crawl on jalan ampang with a car nearly out of petrol, four fed-up passengers, and a bursting bladder - for all eternity!

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  2. Now I use google map-it is much better than before.

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  3. Sharon: Raja Ahmad is planning for this to be a monthly event, but I think it would be a shame for the Seksan Readings to be scaled down...

    Berisman: Wow! I didn't know they updated Google Maps! That is very useful, thank you for notifying me.

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  4. hi ted,

    i have mailed you about your story.

    thanks

    syarafuddin sulaiman

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  5. have emailed you back! check your inbox.

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