Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi is a Ugandan novelist and short story writer. Between 2010-2016 she was an associate lecturer at Lancaster University. Her first novel, Kintu, won the Kwani Manuscript Project 2013 and was published in 2014 by Kwani Trust (Kenya), by Transit (USA) 2017 and Oneworld (UK/Commonwealth) in 2018. Jennifer’s short story, Lets Tell This Story Properly won the overall Commonwealth Short story prize 2014. Her collection of short stories, Love Made In Manchester (working title) will be published by Transit (USA) and Oneworld (UK/Commonwealth) in Spring 2019. Her second novel, The Women, (Working title) will come out in 2020 published by Oneworld. Jennifer is a recipient of the Windham-Campbell Literature Prize 2018. She joins Manchester Metropolitan University as Lecturer in Creative Writing in June 2018.
JN. Makumbi-Morris (2019). Love Made in Manchester. Oneworld.
JN. Makumbi (2018). Kintu. Oneworld Publications.
JN. Makumbi-Morris (2019). She is Our stupid. In: Daughters of Africa. Myriad Editions,
JN. Makumbi-Morris (2017). The Nod. In: Bare Lit Anthology. Media Diversified,
JN. Makumbi-Morris (2015). Malik's Door. In: Closure: Contemporary Black British Short Stories. Peepal Tree Press,
JN. Makumbi-Morris (2014). Let's Tell This Story Properly. In: Granta: The Magazine of New Writing 128: The American Wild.