Temo Buliro was one of the writers at this year’s Storymoja Hay Festival. She recently launched her second book Faceless Voices,which is a collection of short stories based on contemporary African and modern day USA.
The tales focus on the senses; sight, hearing, taste, smell and intuition. The stories address many of the concerns in today’s society. These include suppressed expressions and emotion; infidelity and divorce; career ambitions and the “glass ceilings”; mental illness or disease; and domestic violence.
To Buliro, writing is her passion and she enjoys every bit of it. Her work has appeared in several leading East Africa newspapers and magazines. See more at The Star.co.ke