Mark
Camilleri

Mark Camilleri is a historian and chairman of the National Book Council.

Rokit crosses genre boundaries with award-winning novel
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With Rokit, Loranne Vella distinguished herself with yet another prize-winning...
The importance of  the Malta Book Festival
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We are driven by a passion for books, and our commitment is to see that our...
Creating a centre for books in Valletta
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As more people opted to buy books online, local bookshops took a hit and...
Why copyright in the DSM Directive should be saved
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With all its faults and serious economic problems, the EU has proved itself an...
Safeguarding authors’ rights
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More robust protection measures should be provided for journalists and media...
A political manifesto on the liberation of women
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The Confectioner’s Daughter is the first novel l written in English...
Press law reform is here: let’s strengthen this Bill
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Media editors must now step in and put forward their proposals when the...
No bombs can condition democracy
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Most of us never imagined that Caruana Galizia, or any other journalist or...