|Dimensions||216 x 140 mm|
|Publisher||Femrite Publications, Uganda|
A Woman's Voice
edited by Mary Karooro Okurut
The first short story anthology by Ugandan women includes twelve stories. They vividly illuminate the courage and endurance of Ugandan women in the face of hardships and social injustice. The book is published by the publishing arm of the Uganda Women Writers' Association, as part of their remit of documenting women's feelings, thoughts and experiences, and creating awareness about the role of women in society.
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"Ugandan literature is being reborn."World Literature Today
"...an important feminist work with engaging plots and is recommended for all university and major public libraries."The African Book Publishing Record
About the Editor
Mary Karooro Okurut is a celebrated columnist, a former literature lecturer, and the founder of Uganda Women Writers' Association. She is also a playwright and has published children's literature.