The purpose of the cybermining exercise is to identify the different types of writing you can do online. They will range naturally from short fiction, to opinion editorials and technical writing. I hope you enjoy and learn as much as I have. If you like these posts comment on them onsite, but also come back and tell us what you think. You could also nominate a blog post for next month’s Blog Posts Expo which will be on June 20th. Alright, here we go!
And now the long wait is over and you have voted.
The winner of the Storymoja Urban Narratives[May] – Peugeot 504 writing contest is:
Long before the car in front of you became a Toyota, there was the Peugeot 504; the unofficial emblem of Kenya’s 80’s bourgeoisie.
Please read these stories, comment on them for the author’s benefit, and then vote for them. The winner will receive Kshs 500 airtime and a copy of A Peculiar Kenyan by Sunny Bindra.
In this edition, Share your ‘Why I Read’ to sitawaf”gmail.com and you can read it on the 18th, plus it will appear on the Reading Revoluion Website @ http://readingrevolution.co.ke See Venue, Time and Entry details on Poster.
When you bring it down to the most basic definition, a sonnet is a poem that follows a specific structure and shows two related but different things to communicate contrastive ideas, emotions, states of mind, beliefs, actions, events…
I, for some very strangely masochistic reason, I have kept some of my school books that cover High School English Literature. Anyway, when I could get past my own embarrassment of looking into my youth, I found this sonnet.