Maureen Nyarinda is a freelance copywriter, editor and journalist. She is a Communication and Journalism graduate from Moi University-Kenya.
Her work has appeared on Brittle Paper, She Leads Africa and The Western Chronicle. She enjoys reviewing books and does English-Swahili translation projects.
This phenomenon, of men conveniently being women, to capture the profits of content creation is becoming rampant among African content creators, and specifically Kenyan content creators, but why the proliferation of negative stereotyping?
'Once, There Was a Star' is a sublime piece of historical fiction weaved masterfully: a detailed chronological account of Ismail Muse’s life circa 1977 spanning a 10-year war and his daughter’s coming of age.