Mzangila

Mentor, media consultant, photographer, editor, poet, writer, and counselor.

Writing for what it is: Things never told

Post Views = 7664Back in 2015 I started Mzangila Writing Masterclass. The same year, I also initiated Mzangila Writers’ Café. I ran Mzangila Mentorship Class adjacently. This was in my third year in college when I was obsessed with success. Most importantly, my obsession with writing had advanced to another level where I felt I needed to hone more young …

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Of daughters and baby sitting

Post Views = 3832I didn’t manage to write anything on this blog last Wednesday but one. It pained me even as I sat in Java Ngong Road sipping my coffee quietly. I was having a very special guest, seated across the table having a mug of blended juice. I couldn’t understand why she took juice during such a nippy weather. …

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The life in this hole

Post Views = 4086The tendency of becoming lazy didn’t start to court me recently. Over the years, it has been tagging at the hem of my coat. Fate has hurled laxity at my face every time I seemed to get subtle. And this has always made me to regress, and become that person that is not me. It makes me …

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My struggle with homosexuality

Post Views = 4468What is a man? What is he not? Is he less of a man if he likes another man? What does it feel like to not want the world to know who you truly are? How do you live as a different person while feeling you should live like another? Obviously, it is a treacherous ordeal to …

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The life of a writer

Post Views = 3469Today’s post will be brief for some reasons I will explain in this post. Perhaps it will be the shortest post I’ve ever done on this blog. There’s always a first time for everything, right? Ideally, I wanted to do my usual 2500 words plus. But I am running against time. I have a kill to get …

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Across the bridge

Post Views = 2598There are days you wake up empty. The creative juices run dry at times, many times in deed. As Murphy’s law opines, anything that can go wrong will go wrong.. In my recent life, many things are wrong. And when I weigh my life on a scale, the bad seem to be winning. At this moment, therefore, …

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