BY THE BOOK: Ndinda Kioko

Ndinda Kioko is a Kenyan writer who was listed and published in the Africa39 project, a selection of 39 writers under the age of 40 from Africa. PHOTO| COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • Her short story, "Jagged Edges of a Disappearing Woman" was adapted for radio by BBC Radio 4. She has produced one TV show for M-net Africa.
  • Ndinda is a Miles Morland scholar for 2014 and is currently in University of Oregon completing her MFA in Creative Writing.
  • She is the winner of the 2017 Wasafiri New Writing Prize.

Ndinda Kioko is a Kenyan writer who was listed and published in the Africa39 project, a selection of 39 writers under the age of 40 from Africa. Her works have also appeared in several other publications including The Trans-African, Fresh Paint – Literary Vignettes by Kenyan Women and Jalada Africa.

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