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- Goretti Kyomuhendo of African Writers Trust African Writers Trust is only a year old now. Its mission is to build and sustain a strong supportive network for African writers in Africa and in the Diaspora.
- Uganda Ignites in Poetry Passion I began a poetry award called the Beverley Nambozo Poetry Award, to promote poetry primarily amongst women.
- Beatrice Speaks to Antoaneta Nikolova of Bulgaria Beatrice interviews Antoaneta Nikolova of Bulgaria.
- Beatrice Speaks to Kerry Shawn Keys Beatrice interviews Kerry Shawn Keys who she recently met in Switzerland.
- Conversation with Julius Ocwinyo Julius Ocwinyo is an editor to one of Uganda's major publishing houses, Fountain Publishers.
- Beatrice Speaks to Paulina Wyrzykowski, Author of The Year of Numbers I'm a very emotionally intense person, and writing is one way I cope with that intensity.
- Beatrice Speaks to Hilda Twongyeirwe So you ask where the men are. And for many other international anthologies, the main contributors are women writers.
- FEMRITE's Lillian Tindyebwa There is international interest in works from Africa and African writers should take this opportunity seriously.
- Uganda's International Stars - Part 3 UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
- One on One with Juliane Bitek, Author, Poet and Daughter of the Legendary Okot p'BiteK To answer the question about who Okot p'Bitek was really like you'd have to ask Peter Lehman who recently received his PhD under the supervision of Ngugi wa Thiongo, another close family friend.