Introducing: The Triangle by Nakisanze Segawa

Contributing author of Crossroads, Nakisanze Segawa is a Ugandan writer and performance poet. She is also a contributor to Global Press Journal, and to the Daily Monitor newspaper in Kampala. The Triangle is her first novel. “It is a time of upheaval in the African nation of Buganda. Missionaries are rapidly converting people to Christianity, undermining [...]

Crossroads: Women Coming of Age in Today’s Uganda

They are rooted in their culture’s rich traditions, yet they stand at the cutting edge of change. This is the crossroads where many Ugandan women find themselves today. With dignity and grace, they play a complex social role, balancing worldly sophistication with reverence for the values of their upbringing. In Crossroads, a group of these [...]

Ask the Author: Lydia Namubiru

Following on from Ryan's glowing review of Crossroads: Women Coming of Age in Today's Uganda, I spoke to Lydia Namubiru, just one of the talented writers involved in the book. Meet Lydia Namubiru, a Ugandan journalist and writer. She lived in Uganda all her life, before moving to New York 7 months ago to gain her [...]

Crossroads by Various Authors

Ryan Collins, one of our talented new team, reviews Crossroads: Women Coming of Age in Today’s Uganda. A lifelong resident of New England and outrageous film snob, Ryan Collins describes himself as a philosopher of nerdom and purveyor of wisdom. While not dodging death on his daily commute across the Fury Roads of the wild Massachusetts [...]