Maybe you think a military man may not be a chosen vessel for literature. He (or she) is a person of the gun, of the fatigue, and not of the pen. But this is a mistake. Soldiers do write, even books. Even generals do write books. Nigeria is a good example. One general wrote a … Continue reading The generals and their books
Here is another episode in the yearly journey towards the declaration of the winner of the Novel Prize for Literature. As far as I know four / five / six writers from the African continent have won. The changing number depends on wether you want to count Albert Camus (pied noir) and Doris Lessing as … Continue reading We need our own Nobel and an academy
He hails from the western parts of Kenya and is coming man on the literary fields of paper and words. His name is Moses Abukutsa and he lives in his thirties. He has written short stories and poems. In this interview he tells about his literary heroes and favourite books.