Is the idea of ‘Africa’ grossly exaggerated? #Writivism2016 Day 1

By Esther Mirembe Originally published at Subtle Royalty  Guess who met her brain crush and didn’t embarrass herself? Das right. Lucky I . Ah, but I rush the story. I almost did not make it for this glorious encounter. I mean, I almost did not make it for the first day of the Writivism festival. … More Is the idea of ‘Africa’ grossly exaggerated? #Writivism2016 Day 1

Catching Mixed Feelings from Your Heart Will Skip A Beat

By Mirembe Esther Eish, how I’m I even supposed to review this as a book? Madness! Okay, my dramatics aside. Your Heart Will Skip a Beat and Other Stories is clearly an anthology. A flash fiction anthology of 13 stories by brilliant writers so technically speaking, I can’t talk about it as a whole, right? … More Catching Mixed Feelings from Your Heart Will Skip A Beat

Molosi’s Proactive Pan Africanism shines in We Are All Blue

By Mirembe Esther Astar I am jealous. Why isn’t Donald Molosi Ugandan? Why? But the universe has been so kind, though he is a Motswana (yes, a person from Botswana is a Motswana. You are welcome.), he is an African. What led me to grasping at any form of connection with the highly talented actor … More Molosi’s Proactive Pan Africanism shines in We Are All Blue