In some countries people talk about the post-colonial experience. In South Africa it is the post-apartheid period. One of the issues discussed concerning this post-apartheid is the cange (or absence of it) in literature. Did the formal end of apartheid change the writing culture in South Africa? Did the change in political systems change the … Continue reading inexplicable present: post-apartheid
Ngugi wa Thiong’o is still able to get pens writing. Also writing about himself. A literary critic from the United States tells about the first time he got into contact with the books by Ngugi wa Thing’o.
Do you want to get piece of mind? Start creative writing! At least that is what the Kenyan writer Kithaka wa Mberia thinks. Writing gave him peace of mind. He met his creative muse in the year 1972, at secondary school. There he started writing poems. Read about his creativity and his journey in … Continue reading it all started with my poems