Activities In May: A Moment With Xenson, And A Home In Orangepine.


We are hoping that you have kept yourself well enough.

Our book club meetings, which you have interacted with before, especially by way of our social media networks as #TTPBookMeet, continue this May.

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A Moment With Xenson
We will be meeting on Friday, May 5, 2017, for a reading of, an interaction on, and a performance of the writing and/or poetry that makes Kizi Kiza, our common text for the month.

We will be joined by legendary artist, rapper, and writer, Samson “Xenson” Ssenkaba, the author of Kizi Kiza, who will grace us with his appearance, for a moment starting from 5:30 and ending at 7:00 PM.

In preparation for this #TTPBookMeet, you might want to read Raymond Lule’s review of Kizi Kiza.

A Home In Orangepine Reading Space
We have moved our Kampala book club meetings to Orangepine Reading Space, our new physical, brick and mortar home.

Within Orangepine Reading Space, we have set up a point of sale, for the benefit of those who live in the surburbs of Makerere, Wandegeya, Namugongo, Nalya, Kira, Kiwatule, Najera, Ntinda, Bukoto, and Kamwokya.

Orangepine Reading Space is on the 4th Floor of Singapore Business Centre, the higher orange building on Katego Road, and right opposite DAKS/Toyota and Seascallop Restaurant. It can be accessed via the route opposite the British Council or that goes up past Arcadia Suites. Do pay them a visit. They are open all day, and every day of the week.

Other Points Of Sale
Be remined and/or informed that our other physical, brick and mortar point of sale in Kampala exits in partnership with Bookpoint Uganda, which is housed in Village Mall, Bugolobi, and for the purpose of serving readers who reside in the areas of Namuwongo, Kireka, Bweyogerere, and, of course, Bugolobi.

Online Bookstore
Our online bookstore is, also, always open, and delivering, for those within Kampala, East Africa, and the rest of the world. The reviews keep coming, too.

Always remember to stay in the loop with us, and to keep reading more African Literature.

Be and stay well.