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Kinyajui Kombani’s coffee gig (and John Sibi-Okumu chat)

Kinyanjui Kombani should be there.
Kinyanjui Kombani.

Kinyanjui Kombani is a Kenyan writer who has been at the forefront of the literature advocacy route with events like The Authors Buffer and the Daystar Creatives Academy. His books include Den of Iniquities and The Last Villains of Molo.

KinyanjuicoffeeThe author who has been doing a commendable job teaching his experiences to the next generation is a huge practitioner of his principle and is always finding new audiences to market his work. Fans of his work are invited to a coffee talk with him at the Urban Grind Coffee, Uhuru Highway next to Nakumatt Mega next Thursday, 17 July 7pm. Apart from the coffee on the house you can get to buy his book (he autographs those books my guy).

He will also be doing a chat with John Sibi-Okumu at the Goethe institute in town on the 24th of July. The day is special for the writer as it happens to be his birthday. While presents are welcome they are not required; your presence will appreciated.

By James Murua

This blog is run by James Murua a Nairobi, Kenya based lover of books.

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