Halfway Between Nairobi and Dundori

by Muthoni Garland

KSh 330

Wanjeri and her unemployed husband Murage live in Naivasha in reduced circumstances despite their education and previous professional circumstances. Naivasha is halfway between Nairobi (where Wanjeri wants to be) and Dundori (where her husband wishes to be). Their story is further complicated by Wanjeri’s sister who lives as the kept woman of an older white man. A story about love in the Kenyan Context.

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Author: Muthoni Garland
ISBN: 9966724540
Country: Kenya
Publisher: Storymoja Publishers
Size (inches): 10 x 8 x 2
Pages: 64
Format: Paperback
Colour: Black & White
Weight 200 grams
Language: English
Publication Date: February 25, 2011

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Muthoni Garland

Muthoni Garland is a founder member of Storymoja, a writer’s collective based in Nairobi, Kenya. She is an African author and storyteller who regularly presents in schools and at events. She has performed in both Kenya and the UK. Her stories have been published in literary journals in Kenya, S Africa, UK and USA. She is the author of two novellas published by Storymoja – Halfway Between Nairobi and Dundori, and Tracking the Scent of My Mother, which was short-listed for the prestigious award: Caine Prize for African Writing. Muthoni has also written six children books, published by Storymoja. Her story, Kamau’s Finish is used as a world literature text in UK and American schools. In the latter, it is published in a critically acclaimed anthology compiled by Jane Kurtz – Memories of Sun.