Celebrating East African Writing!
Galleria Mall, Saturday 15th Dec 11.00am-5.30am The Storyhippo Family Fiesta was conceptualised following the success of the Storyhippo Village (kids area) at the Storymoja Hay Festival 2012. The kids area … Continue reading →
“Attack of the Shidas:AKAs Save the Planet” is the story of three communities who live in a desert town which depends on a lone borehole for all their water. But the people are threatened when they discover that the water is mysteriously being emptied at night. Three children in the town discover they have special powers as only they, can see and hear the invisible water thieves that bring with them numerous other problems to the three communities. Yet nobody believes what the children have to say, because these three children possess special powers of equality and tolerance that enable them to see what others in their communities cannot see. Can the children stop the aliens before war breaks out in the town?
It’s that season again for making merry, spreading joy and cheer and thanking God for the year past. It’s that time of year again that you get together with your … Continue reading →
So the judges have decided that the winner of this contest, by virtue of being the item that reflects closely the perspective called out for in the contest guidelines, is: … Continue reading →
Nairobi Bitch by Eme Ferreira I get home. Home is the place where I can be alone. And nothing happens. I had lunch in Karen (southwest of the Nairobi centre). … Continue reading →
9th-16th December 2012 Readings, performances, writers in conversation, public lectures, panel discussions, film screenings, art exhibitions, workshops, music and food. Free Entry Venues : Kifaru Gardens, Goethe-Institut Nairobi, University of … Continue reading →