1. The story of a writer and her award-winning novel

    Khadija won the inaugural Graywolf Press Africa Prize alongside a USD$12,000 advance.

    Ms Khadija Abdalla Bajaber, author of the book ‘House of Rust.’
  2. Experiencing the world in brushes of colour

    Musyoka Martin, 27, is a visual artist. His current exhibition dubbed Mtaani 10 has been running since September and will end in December 2022.

  3. Helsinki library is a work of art with a touch of fun

    The Oodi is more than just a library — it is a social place; a place brimming with art and culture.

    A side view of the Helsinki Central Library in Finland.
  4. BOOK REVIEW: Single at 31? You're flawed, 'incomplete!'

    The book is like a friend sharing her experience dealing with pressure from family, friends, society on getting married.

    The cover of Lizzie Damilola Blackburn's book 'Yinka, where is your huzband?'
  5. Lessons for Uhuru on why writing memoirs is crucial

    An autobiography would help him excavate into his life — into stories untold, memories unshared.

    Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta
  6. Austin Bukenya: Air to water disaster in Bukoba and my naïve love of flying

    We count our blessings that some 24 of the 43 people on board the flight survived. It could have been much worse.

    Workers use a crane to pull the crashed Precision Air aircraft out of Lake Victoria
  7. Why US government backs autocrats and despots

    That the US interferes in other nations' internal affairs, when it benefits them, is not news.

    Barack Obama
  8. Tanzanian 'Tug of War' wins top prize at Carthage Film Festival

    "Vuta N'Kuvute" ("Tug of War") is about love and politics during the final years of British colonial Zanzibar.

    "Vuta N'Kuvute (Tug of War)"
  9. Why US government backs autocrats and despots

    That the US interferes in other nations' internal affairs, when it benefits them, is not news.

    Barack Obama
  10. Celebrating the life of 'God's Smuggler'

    He smuggled Bibles into closed communist countries at the height of the Cold War, risking life imprisonment or even death.

    Andrew van der Bijl, fondly known as Brother Andrew.
  11. New award-winning book tackles dark side of families

    Kithaka wa Mberia’s ‘Kwenzi Gizani’ tackles the taboo subject of incest and the difficulty of getting justice for the victims

    Prof Kithaka wa Mberia.
  12. Biography details the struggle for empowerment of women in Kenya

    Breaking The Glass Ceiling is an autobiography of Mary Gakunga who has managed to fashion her early life experiences in a humble rural background.

    Breaking The Glass Ceiling
  13. Google doodle for Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye's birthday

    Macgoye, who died in 2015 at the age of 87, would have been 94 years old today.

    Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye
  14. Book club: PageTurners Book Club

    Name: Anne Marie Amondi, Marketing Intern at EABL. Book reading: Song of Solomon-Toni Morrison.

  15. Two book fairs: A tribute to a glorious past and appreciation of publishing as a cultural activity

    Book fairs offer a neutral ground that catalyses free, and almost unguarded, interaction among book enthusiasts.

    Fr Samuel Wachira receives his prize from Prof Laban Ayiro
  16. Falling apart: Raila Odinga as a modern tragic hero

    However, at the last moment, he lost in a stunning reversal of fortunes just like a tragic Greek hero.

    ODM Party leader Raila Odinga
  17. Austin Bukenya: Random thoughts in a season of literary awards

    These tokens of recognition should focus our attention on the significance of creativity.

    Marx Kahende (left), who won in the Adult English category, with his book The Wayward Vagabond.
  18. Forum theatre helps students fight drugs, prostitution

    St Augustine’s Mlolongo embraced Ms Marete’s idea of forum theatre to help in counselling.

    Ms Jerusha Kananu Maret
  19. Relief for publishers as Nairobi book fair returns

    The international book fair has not been held for two years due to Covid-19 restrictions.

    Le Pic Primary School
  20. ‘Child of Many Worlds’ and how to Speak about success without Exaggeration

    Susan Karanja talks about her life without the usual exaggerations we have seen in some autobiographies.

    Susan Karanja
  21. Why ignoring the plight of the boy child really damages his self esteem

    While the girl child has suffered historical injustices, the current exclusion of boys from gender equality campaigns affects their well-being.

    The cry of a boy child

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