Kikuyu District contains the edited letters of Francis Hall (Fort Hall) who lived in Kenya from 1892 – 1901 when he died from blackwater fever aged 40. His letters are among the earliest colonial records of daily life in British East Africa. He commanded Fort Smith near present day Nairobi…
We invite young writers of colour from all over the world to submit work from all genres and styles, for our Young Writers issue of Sable, including Fiction, poetry, memoir and essays written by writers between the ages of 16-25.
“Is the bar open?” were the first words I heard on my inaugural encounter with the ‘literary gangster, vodka connoisseur, poet and gossip columnist extraordinaire’ Tony Mochama
Your Invitation to a Photo-Collage Exhibition by Jerry Riley
The Stories below were entered into the Storymoja/GenerationKenya– Kenyan Conversations Contest last week. Please read them, and vote on them to choose the story that will be entered into the Kenyan Conversations Final Judging Round.
Arnie is a fascinating person. At the end of a long-term romantic relationship, this Dutch-South African embarked on an unusual journey of self-discovery. His journey was unusual because, by looking outward, not inward, by talking to men all over
Frankline Sunday is currently a fourth year student of Mass Communication and Media Technology at Maseno University. The Prodigal Son by Frankline Sunday was the winning story of KC 11 & 12.
You have voted! I didn’t Do it by Lilian Kithia is this week’s Story of the Week. Congratulations Lilian!
Eberekpe Whyte Anthony Ogho is a Nigerian. The Burning Bush by Eberekpe Whyte was winning story of KC 9 & 10
As a writer, I have accepted the fact that my creativity is required not just in the arrangement of words into script that communicates, maybe even entertains, but also in learning and using new methods of presentation that are constantly challenging the modern professional.