Afrizal Malna (born June 7, 1957 in Jakarta, Indonesia) is an artist, theater maker, and writer of poetry, short stories, novels, literary essays, and play scripts. His work has won a number of national and international literary honors, notably the SEA Write Award for Teman-Temanku Dari Atap Bahasa (My Friends from the Roof of Language) and the Khatulistiwa Literary Award for Museum Penghancur Dokumen (Document Shredding Museum). His most recent books are Tragik Satu-Rasa untuk Semua-Aku (The Tragedy of One-Feeling for All-Me), a collection of art critical essays; and Buka Pintu Kiri (Open the Left Door), a poetry book. He was a 2015 DAAD Artist-in-Residence (Berlin) and has performed at poetry festivals in Bali, Bremen, Maastricht, Hamburg, Kerala, and Yokohama, in addition to being a participant in the 2017 Jakarta Biennale. His work has been translated into Dutch, English, German, Japanese, and Portuguese.