Lessons on self-publishing from Oduor Jagero…and a giveaway (Closed)!

December 1st, 2014

Oduor Jagero is a Kenyan journalist, documentary script writer, poet […]

A Thousand Voices Rising and Spoken word vs Written form

October 1st, 2014

Just before I took off to Nairobi for the The […]

Dilman Dila on being an all-round storyteller

September 22nd, 2014

Dilman Dila is a Ugandan writer, film maker, activist and photographer. He recently launched Lawino Magazine, an electronic magazine started by writers to promote writing from Africa. On Tuesday 23 November, he will be launching his collection of Sci-Fi stories, A Killing In The Sun at National Theatre at 5:30pm. Here is what we talked about:

A Response: Lawino is a classic if not for its historical or political value, for its art | Joel Benjamin Ntwatwa

August 28th, 2014

  In an article in The East African, Tee Ngugi […]

Vimbai Shire on being a freelance book editor and copy editing Kintu

July 24th, 2014

Vimbai Shire is a freelance copy-editor, proofreader, manuscript reader and […]

Judging the 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize | Doreen Baingana

July 15th, 2014

One afternoon early last year, I was looking through my […]

David Godwin on being a literary agent and what kind of book he is looking for

June 25th, 2014

  Let me be honest. I had never heard of […]

Hashtag JenniferMakumbi! Hashtag Winning!

June 14th, 2014

What is she thinking? Is she anxious? Does she feel […]

Because books can make you the winning-est winner of them all

June 11th, 2014

This year, my friends and I decided to go to […]



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