Write a short story that’s either a back and forth of humorous letters or includes a humorous letter and its even more humorous response.
Must have punch that has not been done before, so don’t copy and paste.
Prizes: Airtime worth KES 1000, KES 500 and KES 200 up for grabs.
Mark clearly in the subject line: Humour in an Envelope – send in to firstname.lastname@example.org
Well, you have spoken. And the Story of the Week is Daughter of Destiny by Paul Kariuki! Congratulations, Paul!
Words can be the difference between an insult and critique. Words can be the difference between just plain tagging, and creative street poetry. Words are the difference between the little smile on my lips when I read the Golden Boy’s little ‘Jules-stay-out-trouble-this-week’ notes…
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Both of you, Lorot and Wanjeri need to contact me so I’ll know where to send your prize of airtime. Congratulations!
So to close on the Flash Fiction/Vignette discussion, I thought I’d share a Flash Short from one of my favourite Kenyan Urbane writers. Mwangi Ichungwa. This Flash Short is a mini science fiction piece, set in Nairobi and…
The internet, computers, mobile internet and hi-tech personal digital assistants open up a whole new level of communication, and with it “new age literature”.
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