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Jambula Tree and other stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 8th Annual Collection (Caine Prize for African Writing series) Paperback – July 1, 2008


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"An earthquake which shakes the moral foundations...because the shocking couple are two girls, who love without shame. I hardly need explain that this theme means that Arac de Nyeko has herself crossed a line that, these days, runs deeper in Kampala than in Kensington."Boyd Tonkin

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Monica was born in Uganda. She studied in Makerere and Groningen universities for a degree in Education and an MA in Humanitarian Assistance. A member of the Uganda Women Writers Association (FEMRITE), she has been an Early Warning Consultant in Rome and a Reports Officer in Khartoum. She has been a fellow on the British Council's Crossing Borders program.

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Henrietta Rose-Innes is a South African writer based in Cape Town. Her novel 'Nineveh' came out in 2011 and has been shortlisted for the M-Net Literary Award and the Sunday Times Fiction Prize. She's previously published a collection of short stories, 'Homing', and two novels: 'Shark's Egg' and 'The Rock Alphabet', as well as a South African miscellany, 'Nice Times!' In 2012 her story 'Sanctuary' came second in the BBC International Short Story Prize. In 2008 she won the Caine Prize for African Writing, for which she was shortlisted in 2007. Also in 2007, she was awarded the 2007 South African PEN award for her short story, 'Poison'.