Julian Barnes wins Man Booker Prize
After missing out on the coveted British literary award three times, celebrated UK novelist Julian Barnes finally managed to take home Man Booker Prize.
Book Review | Chronicle in Stone
Rose Lapira is captivated by this surreal and tragic tale of an Albanian city from Ismael Kadare.
New book highlights the plight of Kenyan mothers

‘Meta l-Mkunga Twelled’, written by editor of sister newspaper...

‘Meta l-Mkunga Twelled’, written by editor of...

Vincent Vella heads next Francis Ebejer workshop

The next edition of the Premju Francis Ebejer scriptwriting workshops will be...

The next edition of the Premju Francis Ebejer...

Obituary | Frans Sammut - The last samurai

Charting Frans Sammut’s literary career might be akin to tracing the rise...

Charting Frans Sammut’s literary career might be akin...

Crass ignorance and injustice

Gerald Fenech reviews Juann Mamo: Grajja Maltija – Gabra ta’ Novelli, collected and annotated by Mark Vella

Gerald Fenech reviews Juann Mamo: Grajja Maltija –...

Caravaggio… and beyond

Prof Peter Mayo reviews Keith Sciberras’s ‘Baroque Painting in Malta’, published by Midsea Publications.

Prof Peter Mayo reviews Keith Sciberras’s...

Lecture | Anne Pellowski

This evening, Inizjamed will be organising a talk by a ‘world resource’ on children’s literature Anne Pellowski at the Old Humanities...

This evening, Inizjamed will be organising a talk by a...

Lecture | Something Rich and Strange: The Tempest

The next talk in the Literature and Comparison Research Seminar Series will...

The next talk in the Literature and Comparison Research...

'You're a poet, you can do whatever you want!'

Chicano playwright-poet-Professor Carlos Morton visited the University for a...

Chicano playwright-poet-Professor Carlos Morton visited...

Controversial author releases Jesus novel through an art exhibition

The ‘bad boy’ of American fiction James Frey continues to stoke...

The ‘bad boy’ of American fiction James Frey...

Workshop | Francis Ebejer Theatre Prize

The Malta Council for Culture and the Arts will be giving an opportunity to budding dramatists and writers to hone their craft at the Manoel today.

The Malta Council for Culture and the Arts will be giving...

Book Review | From Zejtun - The Zejtun Band Club

Godfrey Grima enjoys Francis Galea's history of the Zejtun Band Club.

Godfrey Grima enjoys Francis Galea's history of the...

Maltese publishing industry strikes gold

The work of local author Pierre J. Mejlak has been selected to appear in an anthology of short stories released by American publisher Words Without Borders.

The work of local author Pierre J. Mejlak has been...

The National Book Council reappointed
Book Review | Il-Lejl Tal-Irgulija

Albert Gatt scrutinises Sergio Grech's Il-Lejl Tal-Irgulija, which presents a microscopic view of a turbulent period of Maltese history.

Albert Gatt scrutinises Sergio Grech's Il-Lejl...

Book Review | L-Interdett Taht Is-Sodda

Originally performed in 2006, Clare Azzopardi's L-Interdett Taht Is-Sodda remains an important text for Malta's historical consciousness, says Marco...

Originally performed in 2006, Clare Azzopardi's...

A sumptuous folktale package hits the shelves

Merlin Library releases a bilingual edition of Hrejjef Maltin complete with...

Merlin Library releases a bilingual edition of Hrejjef...

49 new proofreaders of Maltese
Rapid-fire literature

Tsek-tsik is back. After the success of last year’s edition – easily the most innovative book event of 2009 – Merlin are busy creating a...

Tsek-tsik is back. After the success of last year’s...