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Wycliffe Kato is the author of Escape from Idi Amin’s Slaughterhouse. He spent Amin’s presidency in exile in Kenya, and later served as Uganda’s Director of Civil Aviation.
‘The book is in my studio and I am about to go out and buy fresh glue’.
‘I wish I could entrust my life to a more solid structure, but whatever. It’s not like anyone gets to file complaints around here.’ Fiction by Mateo García Elizondo, translated by Robin Myers.
‘In a sense, we had been waiting for the Ripper to visit for months, even years.’
I was possessed, for a year, by a woman whose name I do not know.
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