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Poems Published in International and Local Poetry Anthologies

2002:  “Your Arrivals” included in Echoes Across the Valley, a Kenyan poetry anthology published by EAEP.

2002:  “Let Me Know” published in Azure & Amber, an international poetry anthology, published by the International Society of Poets.

2010: “When I Die” published in Internacional Poesia de Medellin poetry anthology.

2018: “Can It Be” (Translated to Armenian) published in Art Grakanutyun, Armenian Poetry Anthology

2017: “Nyangweta Forest” published in 3rd  edition of Amaravati Poetic Prism 2017, an International Multilingual Poetry Anthology.

2018: “You Think You Can’t Grow Old” published in 4th edition of Amaravati Poetic Prism 2018, an International Multilingual Poetry Anthology.

Poems Published in International and Local Magazines/Journals

1992: “London City” published in NODA(National Operatic & Dramatic Association) London Newsletter.

1993: “Seven Days” published in Spotlight, Islandmagee church magazine, Northern Ireland.

1995: “Time Will Pass” published in Understanding, an International literary magazine.

2003: “When I Die” “Auld Lang Syne” & “Creamy Specks” published in Mwangaza, The Journal of Literature Students Association University of Nairobi, Vol.2 Number 3, July 2003.

2015: “The Night” published in the 3rd Edition of Kistrech International Poetry Festival Magazine.

2016: “Let Me Know” published in the 4th Edition of Kistrech International Poetry Festival Magazine

2017: “Purgatorius Ignis”published in the 5th Edition of Kistrech International Poetry Festival Magazine

2018: “Let me Know” published in 3rd International Spring and Poetry Festival Magazine

2018: “Don’t Cry” published in the 6th Edition of Kistrech International Poetry Festival Magazine

2018: “Just Lie There” published in The Noyan Tapan, Armenian weekly newspaper, No.25 (1206) 4 September 2018

2018: “The Pieta” published in The Noyan Tapan, Armenian weekly newspaper, No.26 (1207) 10 September 2018

2018: “Golgotha” published in The Noyan Tapan, Armenian weekly newspaper, No.25 (1209) 25 September 2018

Drama Articles in The Nation Daily

Wednesday, July 12, 1995: Place Nyanza back on art map.

Friday, July 28, 1995: Somebody’s out to sideline drama teachers.

Humor Articles in The Nation Daily

Sunday, May 12, 1996: (Young Nation, Stories) The calculator (short story for children.)

Friday, January 10, 1997: (Rural Scene) Exit excitement, enters gloom (Humour.)

Friday, January 31, 1997: (Rural Scene) When the gypsy mania hit the village (Humour.)

Friday, September 12, 1997: (Rural Scene) Excitement as village queen is crowned (Humour.)

Drama Articles in The East African Standard

Friday, April 28, 2000: Drama: Are schools investing more in props and costumes?

Friday, May 12, 2000: Shame as Nyanza schools fail to win theatre awards.

Friday, October 19, 2001: Gifted girl cries for aid.

Friday, December 14, 2001: Will Rukia escape the knife?

Friday, December 28, 2001: Thespians who made a mark.

Friday, September 13, 2002: Winning election by any means necessary

Friday, October 11, 2002: Succession debate goes to theatre halls

Friday, November 1, 2002: Of oryxes and razzles

Friday, December 20, 2002: Thespians who made a mark.

Friday, January 31, 2003: Bomas troupe in the film “Exorcist”

Friday, March 14, 2003: How Upper Hill won an uphill battle

Friday, April 18, 2003: Musingu in triumphal comeback to drama

Friday, April 25, 2003: Success at last for State House Primary

Friday, May 16, 2003: Artiste who changed Kenya’s drama trend

Friday, June 13, 2003: Women shine at drama fete

Sunday, July 20, 2003: Margaret Ogolla: I am not feminist, I only believe in women

Saturday, March 24, 2007: Presenting the Whizscriptwriter

Drama Articles in The People Weekly

THE PEOPLE, April18-24, 1997: How to Be a Winner

THE PEOPLE, July 4-10, 1997: When art marries Science, literary!

THE PEOPLE, Friday, April 20, 2001: Ten Thespians who should enter Kenya’s drama Hall of Fame

THE PEOPLE DAILY, Friday, April 19, 2002: Next Year’s host Nyanza scoops major awards at National festivals

Poetry Articles in The East African Standard

 

Sunday, April 6, 2008: Poets compose not through learning but inspiration.

 

Poetry Articles in The People Weekly

THE PEOPLE, January24-30, 1997: Real Poets are Born… and hurt soon after

THE PEOPLE, March 21-27, 1997: Early to Read and early to Write…

THE PEOLE, May 30-June 5, 1997: Song isn’t Poetry, it is theatre