Bibliography - Reading List

Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi's Kintu, Music and Literature, 9th December, 2014

Exploring Philosophy through an African Lens, Ayiba Magazine, 27th, November, 2014

Europe is not a country, in The World To Come (Patrick West and Om Prakash Dwivedi - Eds), Spineless Wonders, August 2014

NoViolet Bulawayo: Everything I Produce is African, Brittle Paper, 13th August 2014

Aid is killing African Literature, The Sunday Trust, 3rd, August, 2014

We need to create awareness about African Literature produced here, The East African, 4th, July, 2014

Stories are life and there is no life without stories, without reading, So Many Stories, 21st, May, 2014

Norway to restage Human Zoo that exhibited Africans as inmates, The Guardian, 29th, April, 2014

January 2014 Opportunity Desk Young Person of the Month, 01st, January, 2014

Zukiswa Wanner's Maid in SA, Munyori Literary Journal, 2013

Producing and Consuming African Literature: Ernest Bazanye and the Uganda Case, Saraba 2013

Youth Village Young Minds Interview, October 2013

Less is more, Kalahari Review, 15th, August, 2013

Locating the Ugandan Artist in Poet Okot P'Bitek's Essays, 21st, July, 2012

Emmanuel Sigauke interviews Brian Bwesigye, Munyori Literary Journal, 2012

Everything to hide, Short Story Day Africa, 18th, June, 2012

CEU Student Attends Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium, 15th, May, 2012

The Goat That Eats Meat, Uganda Modern Literary Digest, 13th, June, 2012

Interview with Emmanuel Sigauke, Wealth of Ideas, 8th, May, 2012

Spoiled Town Boy, The New Black Magazine, Wednesday, May 2, 2012.

The Goat That Eats Meat, Saraba 11, The Sex Issue, pages 43 - 46 (PDF), web version here.

Interview with Beatrice Lamwaka, Books They Read, Daily Monitor, December 24th, 2011

Fables out of Nyanja, (Book), Kushinda (March 2012)

If I were a Professor, The CEU Weekly, 23rd, January, 2012

Halloween, All Saints Day or European/Western Witchcraft? Why not African Ancestral worship instead? Readers Cafe (07, November, 2011)

Consequences of moving the boundaries, Readers Cafe (19 September 2011)

Loving without Guilt - Pure love!, Readers Cafe (01 September 2011)

Okot p’Bitek’s 1953 debut novel still relevant half a century later
(Book Review), Daily Monitor (August 2011)

I smiled as I was caned by the military! (Personal Narrative), Activists for Change Blog, June 2011

We all need to calm down and breath in and out, (Op-Ed, Commentary), Daily Monitor, May 2011

Saviour or Spoiler, Drama script performed at the Uganda National Drama Competitions for Primary and Secondary Schools (organised by Advocates for Public International Law, Uganda) August 2010

Finding Foot as an International Court, Prospects and Challenges of the East African Court of Justice (Book), Lambert Publishing (November 2010), Available at Amazon

Identity cannot be discerned from physical attributes
(Op-Ed, Personal Narrative), Daily Monitor, October 2010

Uganda’s education system should develop talent, (Op-Ed, Commentary), Daily Monitor, September 2010

Right or Wrong, Jailbird Journalist Has a Right to Opinion and Privacy
, (Op-Ed, Commentary), Uganda Talks, The Independent, August 2010

If We Can't Defeat Al-Shabaab We Leave Their Country
, (Op-Ed, Commentary), The Independent, July 2010

Testing the waters, The Ugandan War Crimes Division and the Principle of Complementarity with the International Criminal Court (Article), AFLA Quarterly, January – March 2010, Africa Legal Aid

Confined in the Open, Drama script performed at the All Africa Human Rights Through Theatre competition (held at the University of Lagos by the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria) - Awarded Third Place Winner

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