drr is an online and print journal that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry and ideas. We are interested in the margins, in the shifting centres and the new spaces that exist in what we’ve come to call the alternative. We are curious about how we can all imagine and create this world, build this world, shape this small corner of the Internet into a place we can claim. We want to imagine this world here, in the right now, in the ongoing, in this perpetual machine we call enlightenment, to continuously seek to collaborate with writers, artists, musicians, etc., and break free from these hefty editorials and simply create and jam together. We are here again for the first time. We welcome you to join us in this world-making.
bethuel muthee is a Kenyan poet living in Nairobi. He’s a member of Naijographia.
Wairimu Muriithi is a writer with many other names. She is lactose intolerant but cannot give up cheese.
Carey Baraka is a writer from Kisumu, Kenya. He sings for a secret choir in Nairobi.
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, Passages (PEN America), AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers, Sunspot Jungle, Enkare, among others. Clifton also writes for TV and film.