The fall/winter issue of No Tokens has been published. When you follow this link and do some scrolling you will find a short story by Okwiri Oduor.
Teju Cole is not afraid of the short distance. He can write a long chain of words, as he has shwon in Open City. But it is not his only distance. In ‘The New Inquiry’ he shows his skills on the short run. Bolt in words. This time he writes about fathers and sons in … Continue reading fathers and sons
Sometimes I discover a new word that has been coined. At least, new to me. Maybe others have used it before. On this blog I have paid attention to the writers, to the books and the need for both. But we also need readers. How do we build the bridge between writers and readers? That … Continue reading why writers in kenya should start
The CNN has decided to pay some attention to the new wave of African writers. This Network has woken up and watch the times pass by. Suddenly they want to catch up. Better late than never 😉 . The network assumes people might know about the old hands like Achebe and Gordimer (do these people … Continue reading these are the african writers