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Kenyan Fiction Publishers Pushing the Boundaries

The fiction publishing scene in Kenya is known for its diversity and innovative approach, with a number of publishers pushing the boundaries in terms of the types of stories and voices that are being produced and promoted.

One of the key players in this space is East African Educational Publishers (EAEP), which is the largest publisher in East Africa and has a strong focus on educational materials, including fiction for children and young adults. EAEP has been instrumental in promoting and publishing works by Kenyan authors and has also been a key player in promoting and publishing works by marginalized groups such as people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community.

Another notable publisher is Kwani Trust, which focuses on contemporary literature and has been instrumental in promoting new and diverse voices in Kenyan literature. They have published works by emerging authors and have also been a key player in promoting works by marginalized groups such as women and the LGBTQ community.

Storymoja, another Kenyan publisher, is known for publishing fiction and non-fiction for children and adults that is both entertaining and educational. They have also been instrumental in promoting works by marginalized groups such as women and people with disabilities.

The independent publishing scene in Kenya is also pushing boundaries, with a number of self-published authors and small press publishers using digital technologies to produce and distribute their work. This has helped to increase the diversity of voices and perspectives in the Kenyan publishing scene, and has made it easier for new and emerging authors to get their work out into the world.

Overall, the fiction publishing scene in Kenya is known for its diversity and innovative approach, with a number of publishers pushing boundaries in terms of the types of stories and voices that are being produced and promoted, particularly promoting works by marginalized groups such as women, people with disabilities, and the LGBTQ community.

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