Celebrating East African Writing!
A short story by George Magunga: He lay on my bed looking up at the white nothingness encrypted on the ceiling. His hands were neatly folded on his chest and his legs trimly forming an obtuse angle at his knees. All this time while he kept raving and ranting…
The African Poetry Book Series is the major feature of the work of the African Poetry Book Fund. Beginning in January 2014, the imprint will publish four new titles by … Continue reading →
Dear Writer, Do you yearn to celebrate the rhythm, the love and passion within the East African heart? Do you wish to capture and celebrate the love story behind the … Continue reading →
Warscapes [www.warscapes.com] is an online magazine providing a lens into current conflicts across the world via literature, literary reportage, art and image. Warscapes provides a highly professional and beautifully curated … Continue reading →
Tony Mochama’s latest literary foray, the novel “Princess Adhis and the Naija Coca Brothers” weaves through two stories that attempt to navigate the underworld of Kenyan crime. Read more from … Continue reading →
A Festival of Happiness by Jekwu Anyaegbuna – 2012 Commonwealth Short Story Regional Winner Writers don’t write words; they write ideas. The StoryMoja Hay Festival in Nairobi, Kenya, was a … Continue reading →
The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme is open to young professional international writers and visual artists…