Lillian Tindyebwa holds an MA in Literature from Makerere University. She is an Assistant Lecturer of English and Literature at Kabale University where she is the outgoing Director of the Institute of Languages Studies. She is an award-winning author with a number of publications to her credit that include two full-length novels and some short stories.
Her first novel is a story entitled Recipe for Disaster is published by Fountain Publishers, Kampala Uganda, and is used as a reader in secondary schools in Uganda. In 2018, this novel was voted as novel of the year for the whole of Uganda by Uganda Book Awards. Her second novel titled ‘The Precious Gift: Insights into the National Anthem of Uganda’ which she co-authored with members of UFWA, is Published by Quiet Garden Publishing house, Kampala Uganda.
Her other works are mainly short stories, with the most successful ones being: Looking for My Mother, which deals with problems of rejection and teenage pregnancy, and Endless Distance which is about the problem of disconnection between working parents and their children.
MA. Literature, Mak
Bachelors of Arts (HONS), Mak