Is the spirit of revolution still alive?
Basma Abdel Aziz is one of the rising stars in Arab literature and her latest work, The Queue, explores the political and social fallout of the chaotic Arab Spring. Deputy editor...
Egyptian writer Basma Abdel Aziz to participate at the Malta Book Festival 2016
Basma Abdel Aziz will be appearing both as a guest speaker and at an event in her honour
Bestselling Bulgarian author Alek Popov to participate at Malta Book Festival

Bulgarian writer Alek Popov will be the among the special guests of this year’s edition of the Malta Book Festival

Bulgarian writer Alek Popov will be the among the special...

Conference to focus on literacy effects and the consequences of digitalisation

A one-day conference entitled 'Books and Literacy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow' will discuss the nature of digital literacy and the educational...

A one-day conference entitled 'Books and Literacy:...

Two-part book series aims to get under your skin

Boutique publisher Ede Books releases Inside Skin, two print-on-demand...

Boutique publisher Ede Books releases Inside Skin, two...

History buffs can explore treasures of Casa Rocca Piccola’s private De Piro library

Malta Private Archive Digitisation Project goes live in online reading room at Hill Museum & Manuscript Library

Malta Private Archive Digitisation Project goes live in...

The gloriumptius world of Roald Dahl – 100 years on

On the centenary of writer Roald Dahl’s birth, Martina Borg talks to...

On the centenary of writer Roald Dahl’s birth,...

A materialist understanding of Maltese backwardness

Ingram Bondin finds a lot to chew on in Mark Camilleri’s latest...

Ingram Bondin finds a lot to chew on in Mark...

Strange goings-on in Jonas’ room | Noel Tanti

Teodor Reljic speaks to debut author Noel Tanti about the process behind the...

Teodor Reljic speaks to debut author Noel Tanti about the...

A smell of unanswered questions and indefinite time

The movement between thought and action is fluid and events unfold through the...

The movement between thought and action is fluid and events...

Debut authors dominate National Book Prize shortlist

The National Book Council has announced the shortlisted finalists for the...

The National Book Council has announced the...

Book loans from public libraries rose by 22.5% in 2015

In 2015, book loans from public libraries reached 777,804, an increase of 22.5%...

In 2015, book loans from public libraries reached 777,804,...

National Book Prize 2016 finalists shortlist announced

National Book Council announces shortlist for National and Terramaxka Book...

National Book Council announces shortlist for National and...

NGO raises over €2,000 for comics at Floriana Public Library

NGO crowd-funding campaign leads to graphic novels being made available at the...

NGO crowd-funding campaign leads to graphic novels being...

We spoke to Maltese writers and publishers to see what they are reading this summer

Summer is a great time to relax and unwind, and as the days get hotter, and ever more people go on holiday, stopping for a break becomes almost inevitable.

Summer is a great time to relax and unwind, and as the days...

Literary and book circles are disappointed at cutbacks in shelving space

Literary and book circles inevitably feel disappointed with any cutback in shelving space available in the market, especially in a prime location such as the...

Literary and book circles inevitably feel disappointed with...

Increased international presence at the Malta Book Festival 2016

A conference on the intersection between literature and totalitarianism, as...

A conference on the intersection between literature and...

Sette Giugno’s violence: the start of a new political consciousness

Young historian Mark Camilleri speaks to Teodor Reljic about his upcoming book,...

Young historian Mark Camilleri speaks to Teodor Reljic...

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