Maisha Yetu caught up with Ndinda and had a chat on what it means to win the coveted schorlaship. Read on
Maisha Yetu: Explain to our readers what the Morland Award is all about?
Ndinda Kioko: It is a writing scholarship that is awarded annually by the Miles Morland Foundation to three writers from Africa. Each of the winners receives a grant to allow them to take a year off and write a book.
MY: How does it feel to be a recipient of the Morland Award?
NK: When I first received the news, I was shocked, followed by a deep sense of gratitude. Now that the excitement is finally settling in, I am a little terrified by the responsibility that I have to myself; the responsibility of writing that novel that I have wanted to write for so long. There is something deeply satisfying and equally frightening about finding…
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