Eddie, manifest destiny
Taking in Fenech Adami’s recounting of the last 30 years is quite a portion of history
Immanuel Mifsud’s poetry collection published in Slovenia
Collection ‘A Handful of Leaves’ by Maltese poet published in Slovenia
Book Review | The Death of Bees

Though uncompromising in its content, Lisa O’Donnell’s Young Adult novel detailing the lives of a young family ravaged by drug addiction is a fast,...

Though uncompromising in its content, Lisa O’Donnell’s...

Book Review | The Orphan Master's Son

The dark mechanism of the State: Robert Pisani reviews Adam Johnson's Pulitzer-winning novel about the 'Orwellian nightmare' of North Korea.

The dark mechanism of the State: Robert Pisani reviews Adam...

Intransigent festival organisers ‘force’ postponement of book fair

National Book Fair postponed to avoid clash with Song Festival goers

National Book Fair postponed to avoid clash with Song...

Book Review | Red April

Decorated Peruvian author makes his English-language debut, and Rose Lapira finds this brutal but 'easy to read' narrative engrossing.

Decorated Peruvian author makes his English-language debut,...

The whole truth, and nothing but the truth? | Lawrence Gatt

Former Nationalist minister turned novelist Lawrence Gatt speaks to us about...

Former Nationalist minister turned novelist Lawrence Gatt...

Teasing the boundary between male and female | LIMINAL

New photography book lifts the lid on Malta’s transgender community.

New photography book lifts the lid on Malta’s transgender...

Book Review | Stone in a Landslide

This short but chronologically sprawling book – first published in 1985 but translated to English only recently – by one of the brightest stars of Catalan...

This short but chronologically sprawling book – first...

Book Review | In a Strange Room

Despite having an ‘odd’ structure, this three-tiered novel about relationships under duress is well-worth investing in, says Rose Lapira.

Despite having an ‘odd’ structure, this three-tiered...

Book Review | The Dream of the Celt

Though it may be hard-going at times, Rose Lapira finds a lot to enjoy in Mario Vargas Llosa’s imaginative depiction of the embattled Irish revolutionary...

Though it may be hard-going at times, Rose Lapira finds a...

The book that changed my life

With the annual World Book Day taking place yesterday, we asked some local personalities about a book that left a lasting impact on their lives.

With the annual World Book Day taking place yesterday, we...

What is Paceville? | David Pisani and Elise Billiard

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever stopped to consider the...

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever...

Book Review | Me and You

Rose Lapira is taken by Niccolo Ammaniti’s compelling foray into adolescent angst, made into a film by Bernardo Bertolucci last year.

Rose Lapira is taken by Niccolo Ammaniti’s compelling...

Songs from the heart, tales from the gut | George Cini

George Cini guides us through his vivacious history of Strait Street, now...

George Cini guides us through his vivacious history of...

Book Review | Swimming Home

Deborah Levy’s novel didn’t stand a chance against fellow Booker nominee Hilary Mantel, but Rose Lapira discovers that this slim thriller boasts hidden –...

Deborah Levy’s novel didn’t stand a chance against...

GasanMamo assists in the restoration of documents at the Notarial Archives

As part of its CSR policy, GasanMamo have embarked on a long-term restoration project aimed at restoring several volumes of deeds and documents at the Notarial...

As part of its CSR policy, GasanMamo have embarked on a...

Book Review | The Patience Stone

Rose Lapira discovers a strangely ‘feminist’ novel emerging from the Middle East courtesy of up-and-coming Afghan-French author Atiq Rahimi.

Rose Lapira discovers a strangely ‘feminist’ novel...

Securing a financial future for Malta’s artistic output | Toni Attard

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working Group Toni Attard fills us in on the recently set up Creative Trust: what exactly is it, and how can...

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working...

Book Review | Blooms of Darkness

Delving into the work of renowned ‘Holocaust writer’ Aharon Appelfeld, Rose Lapira is pleasantly surprised to discover a novel that is more about the...

Delving into the work of renowned ‘Holocaust writer’...

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