Late Arrivals, An Introduction: Frankline Sunday and Clifton Gachagua
bethwell muthe: The Bridge Beyond The Map
Idza Luhumyo: Always Be Lateef
Binti Mombasa: “Mombasa Raha, Raha Mombasa”
Clifton Gachagua: On Failure
Alexis Teyie: Holy Functions, concessions
Kali Mutabuti: Room to Run
Frankline Sunday: Cigarette Breaks at Jeevanjee
Linda Musita: Made in India
Michelle K Angwenyi: Seven Prose Poems
Clifton Gachagua: A Short Autobiography of Remmy Ongala
Lorna Likiza: Belonging
Alexis Teyie: I Can Only Talk Of Flamingos
Kamwangi Njue: Bra Moth and His Blues
Khadija Abdalla Bajaber: Kiziwi
Judyannet Muchiri: In Anatolia Our Ghosts Drink Tea at Night
bethuel muthee is a Kenyan poet living in Nairobi. He’s a member of Naijographia.
Frankline Sunday is a journalist based in Nairobi. His work has appeared in several outlets including the Guardian UK, Mail and Guardian SA, New African, Economist, Daily Nation and Standard. He is the 2016 David Astor Fellow.
Clifton Gachagua has published a volume of poetry, Madman at Kilifi, and appears in a chapbook box set, Seven New Generation African Poets (University of Nebraska Press). His work appears in Africa 39, Manchester Review, Saraba, Jalada, Kwani?, Poetry Foundation, The Gonjon Pin and Other Stories.
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