Who Am I?

By Natasha Museveni Karugire My name is, or (as we say in Uganda) my names are (because there are many) Natasha Lynette Nyinancwende Kainembabazi Museveni Karugire. “Natasha” because my mother had read War and Peace, the literary classic by Russian author Leo Tolstoy, while she was pregnant with me. Natasha was one of the main characters. And also because I […]


Cocoa Butter: A Poem

By Elma Asio Say those worse words that I want to hear. String them along intricately like beads and gems on a necklace that I will happily adorn. Say them to me slowly. Slow enough for them to wash over my heart and kiss it. I want to hear those words glide over my skin […]


Beverley Nsengyiyunva: Authoress Fatale

  • by Teakisi
  • Apr 15, 2014
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By Kye Makyeli Passion. Charisma. Captivation. Vivacity. These are just a few of the words that can describe Mrs. Beverley Nambozo Nsengyiyunva; a Ugandan writer strongly affiliated with the arts and women’s rights activism. After her undergraduate stint at the prestigious Makerere University, and further being awarded a distinction in Creative Writing from Lancaster University […]