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Project participant in Uganda
Beverley Nambozo is a Ugandan female writer. She became a member of Uganda Women Writers’ Association (Femrite) in 2000. Her first bias was towards poetry but now she writes short stories, has completed a play and has a novel in progress.
Beverley joined the Crossing Borders Scheme British Council Uganda in 2003 under the short stories genre. She has worked for British Council Uganda under several projects.
Currently, Beverley works for 104.1 Power FM Kampala. Together with Femrite, Beverley has toured Uganda giving readings and conducting different reading workshops.
Short Story publications:
Miss Nandutu, in Words From a Granary a Femrite anthology Publication, 2001
My Winter Life, in Copperfield Review, a U.S, publication2003
Splash, in a Water Anthology launched in Netherlands 2003
Samuka Island, in the Dawn Magazine, 2003
Soul Food, 2003
Writing From The Heart, New Writer magazine, 2003
A Writer is Never a Prisoner, Femrite , 2004
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