The night is chilly and I knew it would be like this when I was leaving home but there wasn’t any viable alternative to make my kill. I had to dress, as I am dressed.
SANDRA MUSHI was born in Dar es Salaam… She is the author of the acclaimed collection of poems; The Rhythm of MyRrhyme.
Lukoye Atwoli is a young professional (early 30s) working out of Eldoret as a mental health specialist.
Steve Mwangi is from Nairobi, and works in and ad agency as a copywriter.
My writing material I draw from the various situations and escapades a jobless youth is likely to be involved in.
He decided, some time ago, to observe and laugh at life…
Janet Mbugua, Newscaster with KTN Television. Grew up in Mombasa, schooled there as well as in Nairobi as a boarding school student. Worked at Capital FM as a mid-morning presenter for just under a year in 2003 before leaving for further studies in Cape Town and Malaysia. Started writing in high school, notably a school play titled And so the Story Goes, that won the best script award for inter-house drama competition at Brook House school where I sat my I.G.C.S.E’s and A.S Level examinations. Picked up writing again last year and working on releasing a collection of poems and short-stories that cover a wide range of topics, mostly for women.
Millie Dok is an event organizer by day, and a university student by night and in between juggles the city’s social scene.
Clifford Oluoch, a career teacher and a jack of all creative trades, believes in well written and well told stories. Everyday events such as a wobbly handshake, a toothless smile or any ‘normal’ human behaviour inspire him. His other works include playscripts, children’s novels and Maths text books. Clifford is married and has two daughters: Elsie 12 years old and Lisa 7 years old.