You have voted! The Prodigal Son by Frankline Sunday is this week’s Story of the Week. Congratulations Frankline!
The YWP was a ten-week introductory fiction course.The YWP blog features the anthalogy of the recently concluded Young Writers’ Project.
The Stories below were entered into the Storymoja/Generation Kenya – Kenyan Conversations Contest last week. Please read them, and vote…
You have voted! The Burning Bush by Eberekpe Whyte is this week’s Story of the Week. Congratulations Eberekpe!
I thought I’d share some humorous writing tips I came across while doing research for this blog. If you read carefully, you will see the point demonstrated. If you don’t, you have absolutely no business calling yourself a writer.
Beth Nduta 24 years old, working at one of the publishing Companies in Nairobi. Trained as a teacher of English at Maseno University, She is inspired by little things that happen around her everyday. ‘I like writing poems and short stories, and am currently working on my Anthology of Poetry and Short stories.’ Beth is the author of the winning story The Mysterious Visitor
You have voted! Destiny Unfulfilled by Lukoye Atwoli is this week’s Story of the Week. Congratulations Lukoye!
Information for Change 2010: a free workshop in Nairobi linked to the Nairobi Book Fair
Title: Digital Publishing in Africa: The Next Steps
Date: 21 September 2010: 09.00 – 16.30
Last Saturday I walked into the library at Goethe-Institut where AMKA women writers are hosted at least once every month, just to learn that Dr. Tom Odhyambo, the moderator, had infact introduced…
Yes, there are some definite challenges when it comes to writing humour. The first of which is that it is painfully difficult to do. At least if you want to do it well.