Collected Stories

Most popular.

Portugal Big and Small. Wood and Zinc. The World is an Egg. Bruce Lee in Maputo. Malangatana. Mondlane Was an Indians Fan. What Israel Meant for Portuguese Colonialism. African Soldier, Portuguese Army.

Escapes.

I: Jake Katuluza’s First Escape. II: Jake Katuluza’s Greater Escape. III: Jake Katuluza’s Itinerant Refrigerator. IV: They are Many! V: Maintain Radio Silence. VI: African soldier, Portuguese army.

Vicissitudes of Empire.

I: Boxer’s Rebellion. II: Orphans of the King. III: Onions and Garlic. IV: The Last Nun. V: Maintain Radio Silence. VI: Portugal Big and Small. VII: Revolutionary Force Meets Immovable Object. VIII: Dangerous Books. IX: What Israel Meant for Portuguese Colonialism. X: African soldier, Portuguese army. XI: Letters from Macaloge.

Coca-Cola.

I: The Coca-Colas of Lourenço Marques. II: General Coca-Cola. III. What Things Go Better With. IV: Loose Ends.

True Believers.

I: The First Shot. II: Bruce Lee in Maputo. III: Revolutionary Force Meets Immovable Object. IV: Mondlane Was an Indians Fan. V: The Red Millionaire. VI: “X is Like Imperialism.” VII: In the Vaults of the Voortrekker Monument. VIII: Samora Machel’s Exercise Bike.

Movies.

I: A Meeting at the Movies. II: Bruce Lee in Maputo. III: More Mozambique Cinemas. IV: Helicopters over Xipamanine.

Retail.

I: The Gande Ruins. II: The House of Gande. III: A Pretty Flag. IV: The Horse Door. V: Photos of Chamanculo. VI: Maintain Radio Silence. VII: Glória and Company.

Two Funerals.

I: Eduardo Mondlane. II: Malangatana.

Neighborhoods.

I: A Meeting at the Movies. II: What Things Go Better With. III: The Horse Door. IV: Photos of Chamanculo. V: Lisbon at Night. VI: Munhuana by Boat. VII: Helicopters over Xipamanine. VIII: Wood and Zinc. IX: Macuti Town. X: The World is an Egg. XI: Maputo at Night. XII: Glória and Company. XIII: The Régulo’s Daughter. XIV: Frederico’s Family Album. XV: Rainy-Day Vengeance. XVI: A Ceremony in Matola. XVII: Wall by Makwakwa.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s