Nearly Every Man is Mad and Other Stories by Wafula Khisa
Nuria Ranking: #5 in Anthology Of Short Stories
Nearly Every Man is Mad? & Other Stories is a collection of fresh and exciting stories that seek to educate, entertain, correct and invite us to reflect on various contemporary issues that affect our society. The stories explore and present, brilliantly and interestingly, themes such as parenting, love, faith, moral decay, environmental degradation, hypocrisy, injustice, extortion and betrayal among others. Moreover, the stories are written in a simple language using various literary techniques to help readers understand, appreciate and relate with the experiences easily.
About the Author
Wafula Khisa is a Kenyan poet, writer and teacher. His poetry and prose have appeared in various (online and in print) literary journals, magazines and anthologies such as Nthanda Review, The African Writer Magazine, Tuck Magazine, Elixir Magazine, Scarlet Leaf Review, Writers Space Africa, The Legendary Magazine, Dwarts Literary Journal, Agape Review, African Voices: A Call for Freedom, Nalubaale Review Literary Magazine, Armageddon & Other Stories, Lunaris Review (issue 7), Advaitam Speaks Literary Magazine, Aubade Magazine, Antarctica Journal, New Ink Review, Hope: An Anthology of Poetry, Better Than Starbucks Poetry & Fiction Journal and Best New African Poets anthology series among others. Some of his poetry has been translated into French. He was long listed for the Babishai Niwe Poetry Prize in 2018. He has published two collections of poetry: A Cock’s Seduction Song & Other Poems (2019) and When I Hear My Mother’s Voice & Other Poems (2022).