Of borrowed names: The bell hooks case

Recently deceased Gloria Jean Watkins was famous by pen name

Is this the best Christmas sermon ever?

Touching sermon explains humility and compassion very well

Art of imagination and acts of nation-building

Uhuru rallied Kenyans to imagine a future beyond Vision 2030

Narrative energies from malaria

'Malaria Memoirs' revisits Dr Zul Premji's journey in Tanzania

Book review: 'We’re Going to Need More Wine'

Gabrielle Union opens up on her adolescent, marital struggles

Book review: 'The Heart of a Woman'

Autobiography details Angelou's writing career and activism

Uhuru Park closure pains poor who rest there

Uhuru Park renovation comes just as revellers plan for Christmas

Stories of elephants and demise of Wilbur Smith

He authored historical novels set in southern Africa

Who Uhuru should remember on Jamhuri Day

Here is a worthy case for the award of the Elder of the Burning Spear

What it takes for students to thrive in school

Parents, teachers and students themselves need to play their parts

‘I Am Malala’ a powerful yet poignant tale

Her fight for girls' education now overshadowed by Taliban's return

Remembering Mugo wa Kibiru on Guy Fawkes Night

The sage is said to have foretold the coming of the Europeans

Winning in alternative global literary awards

They are a balm for Nobel snub for the likes of Ngugi, Tsitsi

Book review: Half of a Yellow Sun

It shows the effects of war following a call for secession in Nigeria

Integrating technology in teaching and learning

Crawford is showcasing innovative ways to equip students

Debate around Nobel laureate Gurnah’s identity

Is the 73-year-old UK citizen a British or an African writer?

The ironies of Kenyatta Avenue

It is one of three major avenues that link three of our Presidents