Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Violence \
Taking Back the Power

Drip! Drip! Drip! Drip! Drip! The dripping sound was relentless; the emptiness of the room amplified the sound of each water drop in the cast iron sink. Drip! Drip! Drip! Drip! Each drop echoing through the room, the walls peeling from years of heat and cold, the terrazzo floors still sturdy, but cold despite the

Crime Culture Kenya Life Violence \
WHEN WILL PEOPLE GET IT?

This Saturday, I was hanging out with the most amazing women in the world catching up on the year, something happened. One friend was fondled inappropriately by the mall mascot! I have shared the matter with the management in an email, and their Facebook page, They have emailed an apology and said they will take

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Violence \
Defiance

Ondoro rolled his eyes as he walked back to his desk from the front of the class. He knew the teacher had it in for him. He was never good enough or smart enough even with an average 90% grade in every subject. He had to be better than best. He was so used to



All Rights Reserved © Rose Odengo | Built by HENGA