Six hours

To live is to suffer but to survive is to find meaning in the suffering – DMX   The poem below is about a sickle […]

2016 Writivism Workshops Participants Announced

There’s a great deal to learn from others. That is why I am excited about Writivism’s workshops next year. I was selected to attend the […]

#UGBlogWeek : Share your Stories for Seven Days

A year ago, the first ever Ugandan mass blogging week was declared under the hashtag #UgBloggers7Days. The reason it was started was the lack of […]

Wrong Child

“Go out! Leave my house woman!” He barked like a rabid dog having a fit. They had just settled down after arriving from the hospital. […]

‘Kagayi and friends’ present "Who Broke the Emperor's Testicles?!"

Press Release The First Bonfire Poetry Experience On Independence Night Announced! 9th October 2015, at The Uganda Museum. Tickets for booking, starting today (14th September) at […]

The Hour

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The Hour

I was at a friend’s memorial service today, at Christ the King Church. It was my second time there. Me and my friend kept looking […]

Beverley Nambozo on Romancing the Muse, and the upcoming Babishai Niwe Poetry Festival

This afternoon, I got a chance to have a brief but very insightful chat with Beverley Nambozo Nsengiyunva about writing. Beverley, if you do not […]

It's not about the ones with the trumpets

Follow my blog with Bloglovin To enjoy an orchestra, one does not focus on only the trumpets. During the recent Writivism Festival that was held […]

Writivism Festival 2015 : Boiling Pot of Literary Consciousness

Pemi Aguda, second from the left : Winner of Writivism 2015 Short Story Prize. The winner of the 2015 Writivism Short Story Prize is an […]

Writivism 2015: A wave of new African Writing

When Writivism happened last year, I saw it as mere jousting. I thought of it as talk and that we would soon see it die […]