Interview with Mugabi Byenkya on Dear Philomena, Life, Pain and Literature

When I read Mugabi Byenkya’s Dear Philomena, I was sucked into this warp hole of the experience of pain and the things that come with […]

2016 Writivism Workshops Participants Announced

There’s a great deal to learn from others. That is why I am excited about Writivism’s workshops next year. I was selected to attend the […]

Conversations on Writing: Adeeko Ibukun wins Babishai Niwe 2015 Prize and Nuggets from the Babishai Festival.

The Babishai Niwe Poetry Award for 2015 was awarded this week; Friday 28th August 2015. Nigerian Adeeko Ibukun scooped the $1000 prize for his poem “A […]

Beverley Nambozo on Romancing the Muse, and the upcoming Babishai Niwe Poetry Festival

This afternoon, I got a chance to have a brief but very insightful chat with Beverley Nambozo Nsengiyunva about writing. Beverley, if you do not […]