Month: May 2012

Eve's Notes

She revisited

By Iteti: Writing is awesome! Why? It jogs my memory; takes me back to things, people and places long forgotten – verses, prose, decisions, resolutions. It reminds me of the things I was thinking way back when I seemed to have a clearer head than I do now. It reminds me of the woman I aspired to be back then, […]

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Eve's Notes

My part in her story

By Kathryn Mweupe Yule Kazibwe: In life we make lots of connections. Those lost along the way are not always wrong. They are simply lost links whose lessons it is upon us to decipher. I recently ran into a long lost friend of mine. It took me a while to recognize the beauty who practically shouted my name as I […]

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Jesse’s Jewel by Nick Twinamatsiko

'In this account that intertwines social with political realities, the author manages, through a rich serving of prose and poetry, to portray events that resonate with us and characters that are both credible and vibrant. It is a work worth reading, a work that's guaranteed to set you thinking about the absurdities of life.' Julius Ocwinyo, author of Fate of […]

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Fables Out of Nyanja by Brian Bwesigye

In these simple, short but beautifully crafted narratives, Bwesigye depicts a vibrant world from a child’s awed and wonder-filled point of view. A snake in the house brings fear, sunflowers and birds tell fortunes that thrill or disappoint, a parrot causes consternation and a dog gets his share of an exciting feast. The author’s love for his homeland and his […]

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The Chwezi Code

'The Chwezi Code hilariously embodies the deceitfulness in our society, the enormity of which is rooted in the ignorance of the masses.  The 206-page-turner penetrates the duplicity and depravity that has befouled contemporary society and the alarming extent to which people contaminate themselves for mammon. Its magnetism is in the inner conflict of the central figure as he struggles to […]

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