Wangari the Storyteller par Excellence

  Grace Wangari has told stories as far as Sweden, Iran and Tanzania. Everyone in her circles fondly refers to her as Wangari the Storyteller, and you’d understand why when you experience her setting platforms alight with stories knitted in the past yet dressed for the present.       She is one of the foremost narrators in Kenya who […]

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Little Daju: A Review

‘Father beat mother so much the only way Little Daju knows how to express love is by violence.’   I had never thought I’d review a short story for our book section. But Troy Onyango’s Little Daju is not your common story, the one you read in a single sitting and move on to the next. It’s the kind of […]

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Once bitten, now wise: finding the right publisher

In my recent article, I discussed the naivety of new writers when launching into publishing. Even though I have handled a number of self-published manuscripts, my advice to a budding author is to always seek a traditional publisher. Many self-published books are normally of poor editorial quality if there is any, and paper quality. However, that does not mean there […]

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