The first time I read Mamle Kabu's 'The End of Skill', it simply took my breath away. I think it is a deep and touching story about family, heritage and compromise. The characters have stayed with me since I read it. In 2009, it was short listed for the Caine Prize. It was published in Dreams, Miracles and Jazz”New Adventures in African Writing.
Read the story here.
What She Thinks: Do you know where I can lay my hands on more stories by Mamle Kabu?