What if it ever be, that your esteemed selves, should decide that two stories and not one story shall be crowned Story of the Week, and hence ascend the stairs to present their glory to the persons of the judging panel? You have voted!
People keep asking me how I handle writer’s block. I tell them I don’t. Because I never get writer’s block. I get a massive wall standing between me and that article that’s supposed to be at the editor’s desk first thing in the morning.
Our Second Storymoja Writing for Children Workshop will start on 31st July, 2010. We will meet for 3 hours on Saturdays, 10am-1pm, and for 2 hours on Mondays from 6pm – 8pm.
Pepe Minambo cordially invites you to the launch of second book ‘Ispired for Greatness’ on 29th July, 2010 10 at KICC Ampitheatre from 5.30pm.
You have voted! Carlos the Jackal by Chrispus Kimaru is this week’s chosen story. You can read it after the Kenyan Conversations reminder. Congratulations Alex!
Alex Mutua is the author of the Kenyan Conversations Story of the Week Illicit.
You are done with your novel. You are excited, and anticipate seeing your book in print. After all the hard work, you just can’t wait!
You have voted! Illicit by Alex Mutua is this week’s chosen story. Congratulations Alex! You can read the winning story…
In the light of rumours that South Africans are preparing to stage yet another barbaric campaign of Xenophobic Violence soon after the World Cup 2010, Nixon Mateulah condemns this acts in this poem…
We will pay travel and accom costs for those coming from outside NBO. Go to www.film-africa.org to apply. (Don’t forget the hyphen)