Month: October 2013

Short Stories, Tale Africa

How to kill a Holy Man

By Sir Amos Mwine, Uganda: By now, the death of the great man had spread far and wide, and the sorrow that came with it filled the hearts of friends and family just as those very people were now slowly and gradually filling the massive auditorium of the New Canaan Cornerstone church.  This morning service housed the rich and elite, […]

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Series, Taxi Tales

Taxi Tales: Kampala with no Traffic

By David Tumusiime, Uganda: We were travelling into the city, in the morning silence. Contemplatively quiet, were those who were awake, and the sleepers looking for our shoulders like we were their sweethearts. Just another day going into the city to look for paper with Tumusiime Mutebile's signature. Except it wasn't. The city was rushing up to us faster than […]

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Paper and Ink, Series

Paper and Ink: Femme Aimee 2

By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: He said he was going to spend the holidays with his family. I blew a gasket. Wasn't I his family?  What was I, some convenient bimbo? See, there were two kinds of fights we had; those that were his fault and those he wouldn't admit were his fault. This was one of the latter. What does […]

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The Young and Successful

By Timothy Bamwita, Uganda: It is arguably said: hydrogen and stupidity are the most common and freely available elements roving over mother earth, regardless of your location: whether in the more liberal Americas or strict Islamic Asia, you will surely collide with both. In my opinion, of course the latter stands far unrivaled and more available an element than the […]

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