Renowned Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is set to lecture in Kenya and the work of New York-based Kenyan artist Wangeci Mutu will be showcased at the Kwani Trust 10th anniversary set to be held between November 28th 2013 - November 30th 2013 from 8.00AM.
Adichie will lecture on '50 years of African Literature and the place of contemporary writing on 28th at a benefit Gala at Westhouse in Nairobi.
According to The Star, she will also be launching her latest novel 'Americanah' on November 29th at the National Museum.
Mutu's work will be curated by Just A Band's Mbithi Masya including a video art installation which will run as the main feature on November 30th at the closing of the anniversary's reflection programming.
Adichie is most famous for her 2006 novel 'Half of the yellow sun' while Mutu recently made headlines when big-time American rapper JayZ incorporated her work into his single 'Picasso'.
Also launching her book 'Dust' will be Kenyan author, Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, who won the 2003 Caine Prize for African Writing.
Tickets are available on www.ticketsasa.com and will be selling at KES 400 at the door and for 1,000 bob you can get a copy of either Americanah or Dust.
The event will be held at Marshall's Warehouse on Friday 29th located along Loita Street.