Welcome to Storymoja Festival

The Festival is Back! Bigger and Better.

Save the Date! February 28th - 1st March 2020

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Artist: Rebecca Nandwa

Artist: Rebecca Nandwa Country: Kenya Rebecca Nandwa is a Kenyan writer who is best known for her children’s books written in Swahili. She has been involved in a wide range of journalism and editorial work and used to be a teacher. After going to primary school in Western Kenya and secondary school in Limuru, she [read more…]

Previous Event Highlights

2020 Masterclass lineup

A film and photography masterclass -Tonywild- environmental literacy through photography (tony@tonywild.co.ke https://www.tonywild.co.ke/tonywild/)-0723-696-916

2020 Masterclass lineup

Blogging competition

previous festival conversations

Living with Chronic Illness (Storymoja Event Highlight) By Carolyne Mutisya

Acceptance. That was what echoed when three ladies living with chronic illnesses shared their stories at the Storymoja Festival. At glance, they look stunning that you wouldn’t even know that they are ill. When they start to narrate their story, I am tempted to get sucked into the abyss of pity. However, their strength and [read more…]

We the People: Conversations with Reverend Timothy Njoya [by Michelle Korir]

When the good reverend was barely a man, he led two strikes in his school and ended up in a room full of men who were accusing him of being a communist. His counterparts who had already undergone this interrogation had ended up expelled after confessing. When asked this question, Njoya first said to his [read more…]

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