© Philippe Matsas
In his novel, Tram 83, Mujila shows a war-torn African city-state where tourists, students, ex-pats and locals have only one desire: to make a fortune by exploiting the wealth of the country. As soon as night falls, they go out to get drunk in Tram 83, the only club of the city. A gold rush as cynical as it is comical.
Fiston Mwanza Mujila Exclusive Interview:
Fiston Mwanza Mujila and Translator Roland Glasser read an excerpt of Tram 83:
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|Tram 83, translated by Roland Glasser (Jacaranda, 2015)|