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The other side of KDF sacrifices in Somalia

Book explores the nexus between war and women's experiences

Celebrating Mwalimu Wanjiku Matenjwa

She emerged during the golden era of Kenyan literary scholarship

Dawn of dusk: Ngugi's poetic debut

His mind is poetic by association to poets

Eastleigh, Old Town blues a literary boon

Moments of need and denial can also be productive and help muse to flourish

How Kenyans keep it lit on lockdown

Digitisation has kept us enjoying literature even as we social distance

Digital work culture and future of reading

This month is a special chance to work on the habits and characters of our children

The classroom of the future is here

Schools racing to match their online teaching with face-to-face offering

Publishers adapt to disruption by virus

Author meetings are being convened virtually and sales done digitally

Covid-19 leaves Caine Prize in doubt

The socio-cultural impact will be assessed for years to come

'Nairobi Noir': Insight into city's underworld

Series of stylish, crime-themed short stories in various locales around the city

The war-like feeling of corona is poetic

Poets should document the angst of the pandemic for posterity

In memory of the writers in Ethiopian flight 302

Prof Gathumbi and Prof Adesanmi left an indelible mark on literature

Poetry book captures sombre mood of Covid-19 war

'Weaves of the Weaverbird' has poignant and captivating verse

Kenyan writing in the wake of coronavirus

It is up to writers to seize the moment and emulate Ngugi wa Thiong'o

Tech solution to education

Parents have greeted introduction of digital devices in classrooms with caution

In memory of Tzvetan Todorov

He died on February 7, having written several books on Narratology

How to manipulate an election: Cambridge Analytica story

One learns using data for election purposes is as old as the 2008 US campaign.