Masterclass: Creative Writing with Mutendei Writes

Innovation and novelties can get lost in translation, when moving from an idea or concept for a story to an actual constructed manuscript. With this creative writing masterclass, learn how to maintain the creativity of your work through the process of developing the construct/ manuscript of your written work in a way that enhances the [read more…]

Too Early for Birds – Storymoja Edition

Too Early for Birds returns to the stage to present a beautiful meld of their past two shows for old audiences and new ones. Join us as we follow TEFB on a journey into Kenyan history, see if you might not learn something you never knew! Venue: Storymoja Festival | Nairobi National Museum Date: 28th [read more…]

CODE’s Burt Awards Unveils 2017 All- Stars Shortlist

For more than 55 years, CODE, a Canadian based international development organization, has worked in partnership with local organizations to expand literacy in Africa, the Caribbean, and Canada by supporting the professional development of teachers and librarians, by providing children and youth with access to high quality reading materials, and helping to strengthen the local [read more…]

Living Whole With Chronic Illness

Living Whole With Chronic Illness: Lea Kilenga (Fashionista living with Sickle Cell), Julie Muriuki (Writer & Mom living with Fibromyalgia & DVT), Natasha Muloko (Business Woman living with Lupus & Lupus Nephritis) talk to Juliet Maruru (Writer, Editor and Care Advocate living with Lupus) about living a full life while coping with chronic illness. Careers, creativity, [read more…]

Season of Crimson Blossoms

  It’s the Season of Crimson Blossoms – Abubakar Ibrahim in conversation with Kari Mutu and Janet Onyango: Nigerian journalist and writer Abubakar Ibrahim Adam has been called a literary provocateur for his first novel that explores cross-generational sex, female sexual repression and the scars of sectarian violence. Set in conservative northern Nigeria, where these themes remain taboo, the novel made big [read more…]

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