Mark
Camilleri

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

Apologies or deceit? Scicluna and the deep wounds of the 1960s’ ‘interdett’
National
Michael Gonzi was an educated thug who wielded his hostile power without any...
The National Writers' Congress: Our strategy
Blogs
We hope to be much more advanced thanks to the achievements of the Congress,...
Rokit crosses genre boundaries with award-winning novel
Blogs
With Rokit, Loranne Vella distinguished herself with yet another prize-winning...
The importance of  the Malta Book Festival
Blogs
We are driven by a passion for books, and our commitment is to see that our...
Creating a centre for books in Valletta
Blogs
As more people opted to buy books online, local bookshops took a hit and...
Why copyright in the DSM Directive should be saved
Blogs
With all its faults and serious economic problems, the EU has proved itself an...
Safeguarding authors’ rights
Blogs
More robust protection measures should be provided for journalists and media...
A political manifesto on the liberation of women
Books
The Confectioner’s Daughter is the first novel l written in English...