For writers it is important to reflect on the social and political issues in their books. For some in the past it was the colonial legacy. For others it is a global view on local issues. How many Kenyan writers doe wite about the burning issue of ‘land’. Every Kenyan citizen would like to own a piece of land, but the stark reality is that some own large chunks and others own nothing, not even the shed they live in.
Godwin Siundu raised this issue in a previous article, he is disappointed by the response he got. Now here is his follow up.