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“Tropical Fish” by Doreen Baingana

“Tropical Fish” by Doreen Baingana

There was a time in the history of Uganda when a beast ruled, hunger triumphed, hospitality forsaken and economy brutalised; that some would die, many would become ordinary time-markers and mysteries would be archived for posterity. Tropical Fish is such book that registers haunting past with natural telling skill. Only a skilled writer could relay … Continue reading “Tropical Fish” by Doreen Baingana

“On Black Sisters’ Street” by Chika Unigwe

“On Black Sisters’ Street” by Chika Unigwe

Agreed, I haven’t read much on Nigerian-women-immigrant-prostitution. A fact, the multitudes of hearsays and valid stories that I have heard, ones which all culminated into the same story of women trafficking, could easily make banality of any fiction that hinges on that theme. In Nigeria, especially in Ubiaja, Edo state where I spent the early … Continue reading “On Black Sisters’ Street” by Chika Unigwe

A Life in Full and other stories

A Life in Full and other stories

One thing about an anthology of different contributors is the flowing stream of experiences you are provided with. When it comes to a collection of literary materials, you cannot be disappointed by the spring of synergy of creative efforts that are always a feature of such collection. I thought cooperative writing skill has reached its … Continue reading A Life in Full and other stories