No matter how good you are, no matter how successful you have been, critique is one thing that makes us excel as writers. The rest of the growth depends on your personal commitment to growth.
SANDRA MUSHI was born in Dar es Salaam… She is the author of the acclaimed collection of poems; The Rhythm of MyRrhyme.
So what keeps us writing? Is it the obsessive compulsion? Is it the hope of the £, ¢, $, Kshs? Is it the need to voice your opinions? Is the the need to be the voice of reason for a society constantly in trouble?
Lukoye Atwoli is a young professional (early 30s) working out of Eldoret as a mental health specialist.
“You’re the killer,” she said matter-of-factly.
“Yes,” I answered, acknowledging the redundancy of her observation.
“So why am I the one with the noose around her neck?” she persisted.
The shows will be on Tuesday 21, and Wednesday 22, of April, 2009.
You have a chance to come and find out what all the fuss us about. “Cut off My Tongue” now has two shows scheduled at the Alliance Francaise. Date: April 21st and 22nd
Peterson Mutua is a graduate of the University of Nairobi.
If you loved Steve Mwangi’s Story of the Week last week, then you will go nuts about Sins of the Father, the son and a bottle of Spirit. Trust me, I was sitting on the edge of my seat, too.
“Grace, I called to say, that… I am sorry, for all I have done to you,… and dad. Tell dad I am sorry too. I will sort it out with him tomorrow. Bye. Esther”.