National Archives, Public Memory Archive sign collaborative agreement
Agreement seeks to combine the two entities' experiences, resources and research projects
Literary columnist to give talk on post-revolution Tunisian art
Former NTC chairman in Malta for Gonzi’s book launch

Former chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council as guest speaker...

Former chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council...

Kate Gonzi honoured

Wife of former prime minister recounts her most trying moments in festschrift 'From The Heart'

Wife of former prime minister recounts her most trying...

Game of Thrones artist heads to Malta | Will Simpson

Ahead of his visit to our shore for the upcoming Malta Comic Con, veteran...

Ahead of his visit to our shore for the upcoming Malta...

Future Capital for Culture dissected

A 50-minute documentary on Valletta’s role as European Capital for Culture in 2018 has provided one of the most wide-ranging assessments of Valletta’s –...

A 50-minute documentary on Valletta’s role as European...

Cutting through images with words | Loranne Vella

Author Loranne Vella speaks to us about creating fictional pieces inspired by...

Author Loranne Vella speaks to us about creating fictional...

Posterity through audacity | Juann Mamo conference

This Saturday, the Department of Maltese at the University of Malta will be...

This Saturday, the Department of Maltese at the University...

Book Review | What Happens in Brussels Stays in Brussels

Noel Tanti argues that just like Alex Vella Gera’s Is-Sriep reġgħu...

Noel Tanti argues that just like Alex Vella Gera’s...

‘Direct and risky’: illustrating Stagno | Jimmy Grima

Though it’s already set to be the publishing sensation of the year,...

Though it’s already set to be the publishing sensation of...

Refusing to mince words since 2001 | Guze Stagno

With over 700 copies sold in just over a week, Ġużé Stagno’s...

With over 700 copies sold in just over a week,...

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...