FICTION

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Huza Press’s first anthology brings together 8 stories shortlisted for the Huza Press Prize for Fiction 2015.

This is a collection that celebrates a new Rwanda and its multiple narratives and experiences.

These experiments with narratives offer engaging stories of a country of young people chasing dreams, acquiring strength and discovering their certainties: from a resilient story of a redemptive love to confident retelling of gender strife in contemporary Rwanda and on to a science fiction story which examines hope and kindness in a future Africa.

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ISBN-13: 978-99977-725-0-3


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