Mark
Camilleri

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

On book prizes and literary patronage
Blogs
I’m glad that the National Book Prize has become so prestigious as to...
Diversity inside Language Council increases oversight
Blogs
The reforms to the Language Council will ensure that the Council does not fall...
Malta's publishing industry and the copyright exception
Blogs
The government should engage publishers further and guarantee that their...
On much-needed reform at PBS
Blogs
TVM needs more cultural and intelligent content and a quantum leap in the...
Literary and book circles are disappointed at cutbacks in shelving space
Blogs
Literary and book circles inevitably feel disappointed with any cutback in...
The threat of Islamic terror and our freedom of speech
Blogs
The notion that a vilification law is needed for national security defeats its...
What’s next after Bill 113?
Blogs
We should keep up the pressure on Labour to keep delivering in the field of...
National Book Prize | Celebrating our authors
Books
Local writers are becoming more prolific and their work is becoming even more...