Monthly Archives: June 2015

“The real and enduring love between this couple in Cry of the Widow is obvious and beautiful. Few people experience such depth of feeling. The undying bond and loyalty must have helped them achieve greater heights in life. The structure is among the very best l have ever read, and […]

Cry of the Widow: In Verse

  When his father dies unexpectedly back in Uganda, a popular foreign student’s plans to prove his own independence and brilliance are completely shattered. Being an only son, Simon ‘Sim’ must now take the mantle atop a family haunted by a decades old secret and a legacy tainted by his […]

African Son

“Humorous, witty and thought-provoking” – Robert Bake, Authors’ Forum Uganda. A postmortem report on a Farmers’ Union body reveals a deadly and cancerous mutation via political veins and media nostrils. The medical research teams seem compromised and handicapped and what looked like an economic welfare struggle is now at the mercy […]

Garden Weights: An Original Stage Play