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My Greatest Creation

It’s impossible to force yourself on others. That’s the trick, isn’t it? The only way, is through control of the levers of government – which is why the fight for those cavemen’s clubs is so vicious, the better to beat … Continue reading

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On Literary Fiction and Empathy

I recently received a review on my newest novel “I, Charles, From the Camps”. I mostly don’t pay much attention to reviews, but this one made me think. While laudatory regarding the plot and story line and beats and sense … Continue reading

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“I, Charles, From the Camps” – A New Novel by, well by me…

I can’t think of more eloquent words to introduce my newest novel than those of my friend Chairman Norbert Mao. Mao was the chairman of Gulu District in northern Uganda, the “Capital of the North” when I worked there during … Continue reading

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They Come at Night

“We must get home” Komakech Richard said, looking up at the sun that was sinking slowly toward the mountains.  Over the years he’d become an expert at gauging time – time it took to walk the distance back to his … Continue reading

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