Intersex Kenyans are our 'invisible' citizens

We the people have to play our part in ensuring we accept them

Towards a more perfect Republic of Kenya

We need a unitary march towards a better and securer future

'Monolingualism is the carbon monoxide of culture'

Said dominance of some languages is destroying cultures.

What to expect in 'Obama, A Mamma' poetry book

Closet poet Paul Ngotho comes across as more than a social critic

Celebrating teachers in a changing world

Teachers have had to develop their ICT competencies

Virtual celebration of 23rd Nairobi Intl Book Fair

Such fairs hosted annually bespeak the resurgence of book cultures

Kenya needs candid memoirs from presidential spouses

Imagine how honest a book by Lucy Kibaki or Lena Moi might have been

Travelogues as catalogues of change in East Africa

Writers include HM Stanley, Karen Blixen and Binyavanga Wainaina

Action-packed walk down the Mau Mau memory lane

The intrigues, suspense in 'Mau Mau Factor' can keep you up all night

Lessons from virtual workshop on poetry writing

It is a mirror of social realities and a medium of cultural commentary

Mkapa the writer and writing English in Tanzania

Tanzanian critics argue he should have written his memoir in Kiswahili

Tension fills the pages of 'Havoc of choice'

Kavata comes undone when her husband runs for elective office

Debunking the birther conspiracy on Kamala Harris

Birth to immigrant parents and ethnic identity divisive in America

Elegy to Benjamin William Mkapa

He who walks where suns set, touching hearts with words

Book marks milestones of the church in Uganda

it is a trove of lessons embodied by those who live a life of service to others

The saga of Lord Delamere and his descendants

A quirky book about the 120-year history of the Delamere family in Kenya, full of intriguing detail and anecdote

How Zanzibar's liberation was lost in 1964

• The Zanzibar revolution in 1964 resulted in the takeover by strongman Abeid Karume and union with the mainland • ...