Anti-colonial war and the art of necromancy

Gray 'Murungaru' Leakey was slain by the Mau Mau

Legacy of Kwani Trust two decades later

It paved the way for Macondo, Nairobi’s biggest litfest today

Micere Mugo of Africa and America: The Syracuse sequence

Burial site north of New York is akin to Kirinyaga, where she came from

Micere Mugo legacy feted by KU and writers

She contributed to freedoms we enjoy in the Kenya of today

The pan-African logic in life and times of Micere Mugo

She was the Distinguished Nyerere Lecturer in 2012

Tribute to literary legend Micere Mugo from nephew

She was Prof Micere Githae-Mugo to the world but always Njuri to me

Open letter to Micere Mugo (1942-2023)

You taught that it's important to know who you are, find your roots

The art of betrayal in combat culture

Prigozhin could learn from history on folly of defying your master

The miseducation of Wasambo Were

Wasambo had the privilege of formal education in the 1940s

Elegy to theatre sage Wasambo Were

He was the brains behind drama festival in the early 80s

The art of reading novels and why it’s important

Reading a novel can be time consuming, but it reduces stress and improves mental health.

Gikuyu music hits new level with trending song, 'Maisha no Maya'

It rationalises the meaning of the adage that life is for the living

Haunting last words: You, too, shall pass

Man recounts encounter with starving girl before Shakahola scandal

To live and die in the dews of Shakahola

They say in Mumias that the newly dead can hear

Inside the hearth of darkness in Shakahola

What was it like for a mother of twins watching life ebb away?

Eulogy to one to whom no topic was taboo

Eddie died after a short illness at the outset of a promising career

Shakespeare’s legacy in Kenyan political idioms

'Wild goose chase' trended after Supreme Court ruling