Celebrating East African Writing!
Page poetry is intended for the eye, whereas Spoken Word engages both the eye and the ear. Some poetry that is originally meant for the page is sometimes suitable for … Continue reading
Getting published or thinking about it? Congratulations – but there’s more. After the writing, the real work begins: marketing! Learn tips and tricks for how to promote your works and brand yourself as an author. Develop an outline of a promotional strategy in this interactive workshop. – With Vered Ehsani & Alexander Nderitu
Interested in publishing that manuscript? Not sure where to start? Join us for a lively discussion about self-publishing, the pros and cons, and how to do it. – With Alexander Nderitu & Vered Ehsani
Masterclass: Critiquing & Editing Poetry With: Matthew Shenoda (Egypt/USA) & Ladan Osman (Somalia/USA) Time: Thur 18th September 2:30pm – 5:30pm Venue: Nairobi National Museum One of the most essential elements … Continue reading
Storymoja Festival Masterclass Series : Documentary Film Production With: Kenny Mann Time: Wed 17th September 2:30pm – 5:30pm Do you have great ideas for a documentary film but get bogged … Continue reading
1. You have two chances to catch our current touring show KIMBIA in Nairobi, at 2pm or 5pm on Saturday the 26th of July at The Theatre Company Studio, The … Continue reading
The Deadline for registration for the SLAM (Spoken Word) Contest has been pulled up to 11th July. A Pre-SLAM will be held on 13th July at Words Galore at PAWA254. You can register as a Slammer by calling this number 0720 785 173 or 0736 564 538 by Friday, 11th July 2014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Email subject line should read “52nd Slam Application” .
The judges have finally decided! The winning story is: Lucky No.7 by Christine Yienya Explaining their decision, the judges wrote: A good story, a good short story, does not force … Continue reading
Ndiritu Wahome is the author of The Sad Artist and Other Fairy Tales. The Writers’ Blog had a chat with him about his writing and his newly published book. How … Continue reading