‘Someone like Dom Mintoff would have thrilled my father’ | Jim Crace
Award-winning British novelist and inaugural University of Malta Writer in Residence Jim Crace speaks to us about the precarious blessing of literary awards, his hope to...
The Malta-Pachino connection | Arnold Cassola
We speak to Arnold Cassola about ‘Malta-Pachino – ritorno alle origini’, which co-authored with Silvio Aliffi and which he’ll be discussing at this...
Pierre Mejlak takes EU literature prize

Marking the second time a Maltese author has won the award - after Immanuel Mifsud in 2011 - Gozo-born author Pierre J. Mejlak has won the European Union Prize...

Marking the second time a Maltese author has won the award...

National Book Festival kicks off next month

Schoolchildren to be given €2 book voucher to use during the National Book...

Schoolchildren to be given €2 book voucher to use...

Malta is bigger than we think | Mark Vella

Publisher-turned-author Mark Vella tells us that his debut novel,...

Publisher-turned-author Mark Vella tells us that his debut...

Eclectic mix of creators at Malta Comic Con

Big-name creators, up-and-coming Maltese artists and comic book veterans...

Big-name creators, up-and-coming Maltese artists and comic...

National Book Prize finalists announced

The National Book Council shortlists ‘the best books published in Malta throughout the year 2013’.

The National Book Council shortlists ‘the best books...

Poetry across borders | Marc Delouze and Peter Semolic

We speak to poets Peter Semolic (Slovenia) and Marc Delouze (France) ahead of...

We speak to poets Peter Semolic (Slovenia) and Marc Delouze...

New book brings together a collection of Manwel Dimech's poetry

New book presents Manwel Dimech’s poems for the very first time

New book presents Manwel Dimech’s poems for the very...

The challenges of adaptation | Kenneth Scicluna

We speak to filmmaker Kenneth Scicluna, fresh off the set of ...

We speak to filmmaker Kenneth Scicluna, fresh off the set...

Book Review | Trilobites & Other Stories

Trailer parks, brutal rites of passage and low-paying jobs characterise this recently-unearthed short story collection by cult American author D'J Pancake.

Trailer parks, brutal rites of passage and low-paying jobs...

Book Review | Landline

By Robert Pisani

By Robert Pisani

Book Review | All the Light We Cannot See

by Robert Pisani

by Robert Pisani

Putting talent into action | Kei Miller

Jamaican-born poet and fiction writer Kei Miller – who teaches creative writing at the University of Glasgow – speaks to TEODOR RELJIC ahead of his...

Jamaican-born poet and fiction writer Kei Miller –...

Maltese literary mash-up at Pjazza Teatru Rjal

Arts Festival music-and-literature event Kelma Kelma u Nota Nota brought to...

Arts Festival music-and-literature event Kelma Kelma u Nota...

Central Library relocation may cost over €1 million

While an architect and professional designer still need to be consulted, the...

While an architect and professional designer still need to...

Battling the clichés | Glen Calleja

Poet Glen Calleja speaks to us about his newly released collection, ‘Kull flghaxija kif mal-ghabex tnin u tmut sahhet il-jum’, for which he...

Poet Glen Calleja speaks to us about his newly released...

Public library relocation raises questions from Book Council

Book Council chairman calls into question decision to relocate Central Public...

Book Council chairman calls into question decision to...

Let’s not lose our public libraries

By Mark Camilleri, chairman of the National Book Council

By Mark Camilleri, chairman of the National Book Council

‘Libraries must modernise’

Public library only focusing on the traditional printed book, leaving out huge segments of the population by not investing in audio books and e-books for the...

Public library only focusing on the traditional printed...