Month: April 2016

Paper and Ink, Series

Paper and Ink: Femme Aimee (67)

By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: My weekend was weird, really weird. Not just because it started without any intentions of going anywhere, but also because of the fact that I had been out late the night before and then the plot I was looking forward to in the evening. I guess I was used to your random erratic weekend phone calls because […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

Love At First Reading

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa: I knew I loved you the moment I laid my eyes on your words Never had I thought I’d fall for somebody merely by reading their craft It felt as though we had just met Like I was staring at love in the face It was love at first sight Between those lines I found a […]

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Bulletin Dilution, RCA In-House, Reflections

Naked. Ashamedly Unashamed. Me. Us.

By Cynthia Ayeza, Uganda: In a world that has long appropriated, supported and defended a vulgar masculinity, we should not be surprised when women resort to using the only means possible to attempt to defend their own humanity. Let not the world be surprised when women strip naked to appeal to you to listen. Were there other ways to appeal to […]

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