Feast, Famine and Potluck A review written by Brian Oduti Feast, Famine and Potluck is a collection of nineteen short stories from across Africa published by Short Story Day Africa. The diverse themes covered range from romance to food, vacations to war. The collection travels across time and space through multiple African cultures in … More Feast, Famine and Potluck
A Man Who is Not a Man Author: Thando Mgqolozana A review by Nantume Miriam Kasibante This is a beautifully written book that tells a tale of hope and second chances. The author makes you feel the emotions of his subject: where he feels shame, you feel it too! Where he feels love, you … More Boyhood to Manhood: A story of hope
The Kind Gang Author: Bob Kisiki A review by Nantume Miriam Kasibante No child should have to suffer this way. No child should have to suffer the loss of those he loves. But, no one has control over how their life will turn out. A force that we can barely influence has the final … More All hope is not lost in the world when there is kindness
by Patsy Mugabi Math is a demanding subject. This is a universally accepted truth. It appears in every facet of life as we keep subtracting things that do not add up. It demands to be featured in our daily deeds and like a meal, it waits to be served. And for some, tickles our mental … More Friday Nights and Maths?