Kenyan author, academic, and broadcaster Ken Walibora passed away after a road accident on April 10, 2020. Ken Walibora’s work as an author, in a…View More Kenyan author, academic, and broadcaster Ken Walibora has passed on.
Ken Walibora’s popular novel in Kiswahili Siku Njema is now available in English with the name This Day. The novel was translated by Dorothy Kweyu…View More Ken Walibora’s “Siku Njema” now in English.
The Mabati Cornell Kiswahili Prize for African Literature Shortlist 2017 was announced by the board chair, Abdilatif Abdalla on December 4, 2017. The Mabati Cornell…View More Mabati Cornell Kiswahili Prize for African Literature Shortlist 2017 announced
Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor is the winner of the adult English category of the Jomo Kenyatta Prize for literature 2015 for her book Dust. The writer…View More Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor wins Jomo Kenyatta Prize for literature 2015
The Kenya Publishers Association has announced its shortlists for this years edition for the Jomo Kenyatta Prize for Literature. The prize, which is handed out…View More Jomo Kenyatta Prize for literature 2015 shortlists announced
When the people at Storymoja Publishing started their first festival in 2008 they were trying something new. They wanted to do a festival for book…View More A snapshot of the Storymoja Careerpedia 2015
The Storymoja Festival is officially the biggest literary festival in Kenya and one of the fastest growing on the continent. The festival is making its…View More Storymoja Festival set to hit Nakuru in late May
Saturday morning saw several aspiring writers show up at the Daystar University Valley Road campus where Kap Kirwok and Ken Walibora gave tips for those…View More Scenes from the Daystar Creatives Academy Kap Kirwok and Ken Walibora
Three of the best known writers in Kenya will be giving advice to budding writers at the Daystar Creatives Academy on Saturday. The Daystar Creatives…View More Nganga Mbugua, Kap Kirwok and Ken Walibora for Daystar Creatives