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STICKY: Kata-Suara February '08



Aisyah Baharudin
Azwan Ismail
Azmyl Yunor
Bernice Chauly
Pyan Habib
Razali Endun

Saturday, 16th February 2008
Time: 5pm
Venue: RA Fine Arts, 6 Jalan Aman off Jalan Tun Razak


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Food and Drinks Provided. Admission Free.


  1. Too bad, I have to go to Kuantan this weekend. I want to read at Kata Suara next month can a? :D

    BTW, I already have Sayap Adinila stocks.

  2. Can, can! Katasuara was made for the likes of you! :D I'll be in touch. (Also, that gives me an idea... maybe I can wrangle vovin to read his Opera Angkasa as well...)

    Save one copy of Sayap for me ya.

  3. Heh, Vovin is rather shy to read in public I think. He didn't even bring Opera Angkasa during the recent MASKARA.

    Ha, maybe I can pair up with him and act out the banters in our novels. That will be something. :D

  4. KURUS is showing tonight!


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