Keeping the Literary Spirit Alive
Literature communities in a number of cities continue their activities online during the Covid-19 pandemic. They expand their memberships as physical gatherings and discussions are limited.
EIGHT youths gather in a cafe selling imported books in Yogyakarta on Wednesday afternoon, January 5. Some are reading in corners, while others are playing guitars. Some are brewing coffee. The cafe, which looks more like an art gallery, is lined with bookshelves as in a library, and is the gathering place for the Klub Buku Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta Book Club).
This community with 187 members is borrowing space from Kebun Buku Art Books Coffee, a b...
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