Dr. Mark Mutali Chetambe
- 2019: Achievers Composition Writing for Secondary Schools and Beyond. ISBN 978-9966-56-217-3
- 2016: Achievers Literature in English for Rwandan Schools -Senior 1. ISBN 978-9966-56-180-0. East African Educational Publishers.
- 2016: Achievers Literature in English for Rwandan Schools -Senior 1, Teachers’ Guide. ISBN 978-9966-56-181-7. East African Educational Publishers.
- 2016: Achievers Literature in English for Rwandan Schools-Senior 4. ISBN 978-9966-56-182-4. East African Educational Publishers.
- 2016: Achievers Literature in English for Rwandan Schools- Senior 4, Teacher’s Guide. ISBN 978-9966-56-183-1. East African Educational Publishers.
- 2016: Stranger in the Toilet. ISBN: 978-9966-10-433-5. Kenya Literature Bureau. (Approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development)
- 2016: The Shopping List. ISBN: 978-9966-10-434-2. Kenya Literature Bureau. (Approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development)
- 2015: Names and Secrets. ISBN 978-9966-56-004-9. East African Educational Publishers (Second Position, Burt Award for African Literature, 2015).
- 2014: The Village Fool and Other Stories. ISBN 978-9966-10-291-1. Kenya Literature Bureau.
- 2014: Escape from Soti City (A short story) in An Anthology of Short Stories and Poems from East Africa. ISBN 978-0-9903026-7-4. Sentia Publishing Company, USA.
- 2013: Guide to Betrayal in the City. ISBN 978 9966 34 674 2. Moran Publishers.
- 2012: Female Characters in the Contemporary Kenyan Oral Narrative. ISBN 978 3 659 16423 1. Lambert Publishers.
- 2012: Let the Children Speak: A Handbook on the Teaching of Language for Peace Building and National Integration for Kenyan Children; ISBN number 978 9966 69 457 7. Arkedia Publishers
- 2009: Kenya Sings Her Song (A poem published in the official magazine of the Kenyan High Commission in Canada.
- 2002: Island of Hope (School anthem for Friends School Kamusinga)
Critical literary essays published in The Literary Forum of the Sunday Standard paper
- August 4, 2002: Writers Belong to the Street, Not the Palace
- September 29, 2002: Wanted: A Radical Re-Think on Status of Literary Studies
- June 15, 2003: Why “General Mathenge” Has Made Ngugi a Literary Seer
Achievements at the Kenya National Drama Festival
- 1999-2012: Wrote and directed award- winning poems, plays and oral narratives performed at the schools’ and colleges’ national drama festival
- 1999-to date: Workshop resource person for the Kenya National Drama Festival
- 1999-to date: Adjudicator at the Kenya National Drama Festival from the lowest to the National level.
- 2000-Present: Judge at Cultural Days, Talent Days and Fashion events at many schools and colleges
- 2006-2011: Served as Executive Secretary, Western Province Secondary Schools Drama
- Association2011: Was part of the team of drama teachers selected by the National Cohesion and
- Integration Commission to go on a one week tour of Rwanda
- 2011: Appointed by the Ministry Of Youth to select the pioneer students who joined the Talent Academy
Conference Paper Presentation
- 2021: “Mother languages and Other Languages: Navigating Covid 19 through East African Poetrimusical Craftsmanship.” Presented at the International Mother Language Day Conference at The Centre for International Language and Culture, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.
- 2017: “Animal as Racial Metaphor in Selected Plays of Trevor Rhone and Derek Walcott.” Presented at the Kenyatta University PhD Postgraduate seminar.
- 2016: “50 Years of Clementine’s Self-mutilation as the Badge of Colonial Alienation: A Reading of Okot p’Bitek’s Song of Lawino”. A paper presented at a colloquium to mark 50 years after the publication of Okot p’Bitek’s Song of Lawino, held at Kenyatta University.
- 2019: “Noise or Verse? Sound, Sense and Emotion as the Essentials of Verse Dramatization.” Presented at the Kenya National Drama and Film workshop, Kabarnet, Kenya.
- 2016: “The Future of the Oral Narrative.” A paper presented at the national drama workshop at Tom Mboya Labour College, Kisumu.
- 2011: “Without Characters, There Can Be No Story: Tips on the Writing and Performance of the Oral Narrative”: Presented at the National Cohesion and Integration Commission workshop for drama teachers and trainers at Tom Mboya Labour College, Kisumu, Kenya.
- 2010: “Beauty lies in the eyes of the audience: the seven aspects of the beauty of contemporary storytelling.” Presented at the national workshop for drama teachers and trainers at the Moi International Sports Complex, Kasarani, Nairobi.
- 2007: “Back to the Basics: Writing and performing the oral narrative”: Presented at the national workshop for drama teachers and trainers at Tom Mboya Labour College, Kisumu, Kenya.
- 2006: “The Scripting and Presentation of the Oral Narrative”: A paper presented at the national workshop for drama teachers and trainers in Mombasa, Kenya.