Writing and Opportunities

Douglas Logedi

Douglas Logedi : The Penguin who Writes

By Susan Tuwei  Who is Douglas Logedi AKA Penguin? Douglas Logedi Luhangala (The Penguin of Maragoliland) is an entrepreneur and a business enthusiast. I am the founder of Sharppro Solutions Limited and a passionate educational entrepreneur. I am a master of ceremony for hire and a blogger on a part time level. I run a …

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Deborah Moraa: The Accountant who Writes

When figures marry the words, the result is a measured level of creativity marinated with figures Based in Mombasa, Deborah, though influenced to be an accountant, her heart is in love with the written word. She is now convinced that the two can be compatible in a marriage. And she takes that journey up. Here …

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Lilian Bwire

Wr. Lilian Bwire: When Writing and Parenting Crave for Writer’s Time!

Compiled by Wr. Linda Ogutu Lilian Bwire is a passionate writer, poet and a mother of two lovely boys. She speaks to the Writers Guild Kenya members on the ups and downs of juggling between being a mother and being a writer.   Who is Lillian? Smart…I call myself an activist, novelist, mother and a …

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Vincent Ogutu

Vincent Ogutu:’ I see an Entrepreneur in Everyone’

By Wr. Verah Omwocha Thank you so much for honouring this invite. Your name, Sir, is quite popular. Tell us, who is Vincent Ogutu? I am humbled I share a name with the deputy Vice Chancellor of Strathmore Business School. Now, that is a very difficult question. May I share who people say I am? …

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Wr. Tom Mwiraria: Out of the Bank, into the Ink!

By Wr. Vera Omwocha Tell us a little about yourself Thank you. I graduated from MMUST in 2010 with a Bachelor’s in Business Management. I worked at a bank for 1 year then quit and registered Optlinx Writers to offer writing services. Currently, I am doing consultancy – grant advisory for some non-profit organisations including Magadi …

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Benefits of Being an Affiliate of Writers Guild Kenya

What Does Affiliate Writer get? This is the basic level engagement with Writers Guild Kenya. An affiliate to Writers Guild Kenya is entitled to an Affiliation card which is given after the completion of registration process. Upon completion of the process, one is formally referred to as an Affiliate of Writers Guild Kenya   Your …

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3rd Feb, 2017: Summary of Writers Ekklessia Session.

By Wr. Winston Owino. At around 1.00 p.m. I was in Ford Hall, our usual meeting venue. I busied myself with the sitting arrangement but then I noticed the blue, plastic chairs we always used were quite dusty. One of the Writers,  Wr. Zakayo, agreed to help me out with wiping the dusty chairs. At …

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15-Step Guide to Writing an Article that Gets Read (Infographic)

Why learn how to write an article? The demand for articles has never been higher. The internet is replacing print media and has created an insatiable appetite for them. Netcraft, a site that researches and analyzes the internet, puts the current number of active websites at close to 2 billion. As many as 2.3 million new websites join …

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Top 4 tools of trade for every writer today.

  Writing is an interesting thing to do. It is a way to express what is within your inner self to the world. Writing has never been more fascinating than it is in this era, with technology all around us, information dangling everywhere on our faces , media streams and houses all around us to spoon …

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Moi University Writing Discussion with Wr. Daniel Nyairo.

(On 16th November, 2016, Writers Guild Kenya, Moi University Chapter held a Discussion with Wr. Daniel Nyairo. Below are few excerpts from the Conversation) You need passion first to even describe yourself as a writer. But you need money to live on as a writer. One sacrifice you have to make is to create time to …

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For Every Writer, the first Oath is to Society

By Wr. Dismas Okombo. Every writer, established and budding alike, will testify to this verity; writing is never a walk in the park. The wonderful ideas and the splendid imaginations throws you in a febrile and you find yourself lacking words to pen. It is especially challenging to tackle the introductory paragraph for the prose …

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