Dunia by Steve Mwase
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Steve Mwase was chosen as the Outstanding Diaspora African Writer award winner for 2015 by The Voice Magazine.
Cactus Rain Publishing
November 1, 2014
Soft Cover, e-book
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Set in a past that parallels the present and future, this is a story about a land called Dunia mothering two races of people – the light-skinned and the dark-skinned. A large body of water bisects Dunia into two parts. Each part becomes a sovereign state at the center of cultural, spiritual, political and military rivalries caused by climate change.
STEVE MWASE was born in the district of Busoga in Uganda. He joined the army in 1979, as a cadet officer following the fall of Uganda's renown dictator, Idi Amin Dada, and served in the army for fifteen years. In 1995, Steve relocated to The Netherlands where he developed a career as a writer. His first novel, LIFE AFTER A DICTATOR, was published in 2011. DUNIA is his second novel.
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