The African Literary Podcast’s episode twelfth sponsored by Nairobi-based Prestige Books features an interview with Kinyanjui Kombani. In Episode 12, we have an interview with…View More The African Literary Podcast 12: Kinyanjui Kombani interview (sponsored by Prestige Books)
Kinyanjui Kombani’s newest novel Of Pawns and Players is now available for pre-order. This is the third novel from the Nairobi, Kenya based author popularly…View More Kinyanjui Kombani’s ‘Of Pawns and Players’ now available for pre-order.
The team running the Goethe sponsored #AfroYoungAdult project have announced the facilitators for the workshops to be conducted across eight African cities. In September 2018,…View More Meet the facilitators for the Goethe Institut’s #AfroYoungAdult workshops.
Kinyanjui Kombani’s Burt Award winning novel Finding Colombia launched on the side lines of the Nairobi International Book Fair 2018 at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi…View More Kinyanjui Kombani’s “Finding Colombia” launches in Nairobi. #NIBF2018
The CODE Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature 2018 shortlist was announced on August 2, 2018. The five in the running for the prize…View More CODE Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature 2018 shortlist announced.
An epic running of the Storymoja Festival 2017 is set for September 27 – October 1 in Nairobi, Kenya. The festival theme this year is…View More Storymoja Festival 2017 set for Nairobi
Elnathan John and Kinyanjui Kombani were the featured guests at the Literary Crossroads event at the Goethe Institut Nairobi on February 16, 2017. The event…View More Elnathan John, Kinyanjui Kombani feature at Goethe Nairobi’s Literary Crossroads
Kinyanjui Kombani is one of Kenya’s more well-known writers in town in recent times with his two novels The Last Villains of Molo (our review)…View More Kinyanjui Kombani books set for Rwanda Education
I have featured this before. Storymoja publishers have been attempting for the last couple of years been trying to break the work record for the…View More Buy Attack of the Shidaz! (Another World Record attempt)
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
We here at JamesMurua.com would like to introduce a new thing in the African literature scene: The African Author Google Hangout. This is a hangout…View More Introducing the African Author Google Hangout
The literature program of the Daystar University where students learn the business of writing called The Creatives Academy ended on Saturday after 12 weeks. It was…View More Daystar literature program “Creatives Academy” wraps up
Kenyan authors Kinyanjui Kombani and Jason Kap Kirwok both published by Longhorn Publishers are set to launch their latest books together in Nairobi in a…View More Kinyanjui Kombani and Jason Kap Kirwok in double launch
Banker and novelist Kinyanjui Kombani‘s became very famous locally because of his book The Last Villains of Molo. In the book he tells a fictional…View More Pre-order Kinyanjui Kombani’s Den of Iniquities