Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
Scarred – Runinga Town

Mwende sat in the sandpit staring at the wind as it blew the trees from side to side when the wind got strong, she would scoop some sand in her little bucket and toss it over her head enjoying the whip of the sand. It tickled her; she giggled ecstatically. The nanny, Susan, was seated

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
Drunken Dilemma

Neema was startled by the sound of a bottle breaking, she didn’t see where it came from, she just saw it land and shatter right before her. She jumped and bolted into a sprint, she heard a deep voice chuckle. The chuckle was quickly disrupted by a violent belch. She turned to see the clown

Drama Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
A Rude Welcome

There he was in the big city in the sun spinning round and round in the middle of the street. Buses were hooting and matatus swerving and causing pile-ups by the side. “Fala wewe!” some drivers shouted while flipping ‘the bird’ at him. His arms were spread out and he was soaking up the city

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Tragedy
An Itchy End

Purity was rushing to church, she was late, she couldn’t afford a TukTuk, she had a 30-minute walk ahead of her. It was her day to ensure everything was set up for the 9 am service. She was panicking, there was no way to reach anyone either, she had forgotten her phone at home rushing

Adventure Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
The Hunt Begins

Anyango and her cousins were exhausted. They had been digging since dawn. They had found nothing. They had blisters from all the digging for hours; they were starving. Anyango was baffled,  they had followed the path, just as they were told in the story by Mama at dinner. How could it be? Not only had



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