Daniel Many Owiti is a Kenyan creative writer. He writes poems, articles and short stories. He also writes opinion and news articles. His interest is in African literature and most of his poems revolve around Luo culture and contemporary issues affecting youths. He participated in the inaugural Nyanza Literary festival (NALIF-2016) where he emerged first runners-up. He has published a number of poems in the Kenyan family magazine PARENTS, The Standard Newspaper, and a number of opinion articles in Kenya's leading newspaper Saturday Nation. His articles have also been published in the online news site Hivisasa.com.
His poem, “Haunt me well" has been published in Jalada Africa-a Pan-African Writers' collective. His poems and non-fiction articles have been published in Kalahari Review as well as The Creative Writing News blog. His poems are forthcoming in inaugural Uganda’s Nalubaale Review, Nigeria’s The Crater Literary Festival anthology 2018 and Zimbabwe’s Best New African Poets (BNAP) anthology 2018. He is the founder of Eldoret Poets Association (EPA).
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