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All Women have Affairs & Other Stories

All Women have Affairs

All Women have Affairs & Other Stories / Alle Frauen gehen fremd und andere Erzählungen

All Women have Affairs & Other Stories


Ng, Clara

Original title

Semua Perempuan Berselingkuh dan cerita lainnya


Lontar, Craft


Pamela Allen, Jörn-Holger Spröde

Year published


Ng, Clara, black, humor, women, Frauen, schwarzer Humor, Humor, lustig, Lontar, Craft, Biblon, 2015, BTW Books, Series, ISBN, 978-602-6978-09-7, 9786026978097, 978-6029144840, 9786029144840, modern, zeitgenössisch, contemporary

A trilingual edition in English, German and Indonesian (BTW Books)

Clara Ng’s stories seem calm on the surface but they are liberally sprinkled with black humor and often contain unexpected elements of surprise. Her protagonists are usually women but rarely do they hold the same occupation. Ng’s stories are boundless; they serve as role models for women employed in a range of fields.

Clara Ng

Clara Ng (born 28 July 1973; née Clara Regina Juana, last name pronounced [ŋ̍]) is an Indonesian writer who is known for both adult fiction and children’s literature. During her childhood in Jakarta, Ng enjoyed reading and read at an advanced rate. After finishing her primary and secondary education in Indonesia, during which time she

Lontar Foundation

The Lontar Foundation, a not-for-profit organization based in Jakarta, Indonesia, was founded in 1987 by four Indonesian writers: Goenawan Mohamad, Sapardi Djoko Damono, Umar Kayam, and Subagio Sastrowardoyo and the American translator, John H. McGlynn.[1] The foundation is an independent organization, neither affiliated with nor intended to promote the interests of any particular political cause