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Bookshelf Brief: A Quarterly Curated Story

Bookshelf Brief: A Quarterly Curated Story

Rp 25.000,00

Penulis: Griselda Puspa
Bahasa: Inggris

Kondisi: Baru

Welcome to Bookshelf Brief, a quarterly curated story. Here you will find a short story or a narrative essay or a novel excerpt hand-picked by our staff.

Our story began in 2018 when Bookshelf is first founded. Bookshelf is a growing place for readers aims to cultivate critical and creative minds. At first, Bookshelf is a book review offering critical thinking questions so readers can better digest their books. In 2019, we further expanded to Bookshelf world, an online publication at Medium, and Bookshelf Brief, a printed publication of a quarterly curated story.

For this edition we bring you a story from our founder, Griselda Puspa, called “Eleven at Night”. It is a reading that reminds us about self-love and true friendship. We hope that you enjoy it and share the joy of reading to others.




Bookshelf Brief collaborates with Bookshelf World in accepting submissions.

You can submit a narrative essay, a short story, or a book excerpt (with a 2,000 words limit). We accept non-published submissions only and we reserve the right to publish your work in online and print from if we wish. By submitting, you agree to have your work(s) translated to other languages.

You may submit more than one work, but we will select the best one to fit the publications. If rejected, you may not re-submit the work.

Currently, we don’t offer any compensation. You may promote your site, book, or other marketing materials in the content.

Please be aware that we do not post works that contain racism, sexism, or hate talk. Please allow us time to review and edit if necessary.

Please submit your work through the following Google Form:

SKU: JEJ003-BTJ Categories: ,

Additional information

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions15 x 21.5 x 0.5 cm


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