In Half a Refugee in Ssanda and Australia: 100 Poems, a man is imagined as comprising two parts. One part is physical, which on the man's migration moves to Australia from Ssanda, a small African village. The other part relating to his psychological, emotional and cultural life remains in the man's vilage of birth. The book is about the sustaining, nourishing power of Uganda culture.
A.S. Godfrey Lubulwa was born in Ssanda village in Uganda. He was educated at Ssanda, Jungo and Kings College, Buddo and holds: BSc (Makerere University, Uganda), M.Sc (Southampton University, UK) and a PhD (Economics, LaTrobe University, Australia). Previously an economic researcher he now writes poetry and fiction in Australia.