Dreams, buildings and bruised sea: Algeria in Lamis Saidi’s poetry
Inizjamed interviews Algerian Lamis Saidi ahead of the upcoming Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival
Results of the Malta Book Fund 2022 announced
The National Book Council announces that 29 projects will be receiving funding from the Malta Book Fund
National Book Prize and Terramaxka Prize shortlist announced

The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 4 November 

The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 4...

UK to host 2023 Eurovision song contest

Ukraine was deemed unsafe to host the popular song contest and will instead be hosted in the United Kingdom

Ukraine was deemed unsafe to host the popular song contest...

Two renowned conductors announced for Joseph Calleja’s 25th anniversary concert

Sergey Smbatyan and Ramon Tebar will accompany tenor Joseph Calleja

Sergey Smbatyan and Ramon Tebar will accompany tenor Joseph...

My essentials: Alfred Camilleri’s cultural picks

No 37 | Alfred Camilleri, 71, visual artist/ free verse writer

No 37 | Alfred Camilleri, 71, visual artist/ free...

The Farsons Beer Festival is back, celebrating beer and Maltese talent

40th edition of the Farsons Beer Festival, Malta’s largest outdoor event, will be held from Thursday 28 July to Saturday 6 August at...

40th edition of the Farsons Beer Festival,...

My essentials: Patrick Fenech’s cultural picks

No 35 | Patrick Fenech, Visual artist, photographer and educator

No 35 | Patrick Fenech, Visual artist, photographer and...

A closer look into Teatru Manoel's Sweeney Todd

Roger Tirazona and Kateriana Fenech will be playing two of the main roles in...

Roger Tirazona and Kateriana Fenech will be playing two of...

UB40’s Ali Campbell takes centre-stage at Għaxaq Music Festival

UB40 will be taking centre stage during this year’s edition of the...

UB40 will be taking centre stage during this year’s...

My essentials: Lisa Gauci’s cultural picks

No 36 | Lisa Gauci, 16, student, artist

No 36 | Lisa Gauci, 16, student, artist

‘Ġaħan fl-Aqwa Żmien’, Mark Camilleri’s first novel, out in July

The satirical novel represents ‘Ġaħanism’ and the political decadence of the times, what Camilleri – author of political polemic ‘A...

The satirical novel represents ‘Ġaħanism’ and...

National Book Council unveils official poster for the 2022 Malta Book Festival

The National Book Council has unveiled its official poster for the 2022 Malta Book Festival putting the spotlight on illustrators and graphic designers 

The National Book Council has unveiled its official poster...

[READ] Architecture & Design Issue 5 now available online

The magazine showcasing the very best work in architecture and design is now...

The magazine showcasing the very best work in architecture...

Jazz Festival immortalises Charles ‘City’ Gatt, father of jazz in Malta

This year, the festival will celebrate its history, going back to its roots in Ta’ Liesse and is dedicated to its godfather Charles Gatt, to pay homage...

This year, the festival will celebrate its history, going...

My essentials: Nicola Said’s cultural picks

Nicola Said, 34, Opera Singer 

Nicola Said, 34, Opera Singer 

Full line-up for this year’s Isle of MTV announced

Bbno$, Mae Muller and Shaun Farrugia join Marshmello and French Montana to...

Bbno$, Mae Muller and Shaun Farrugia join Marshmello and...

Shining the spotlight on young talent at the Manoel

This summer, Teatru Manoel comes to life with the best of Malta’s young...

This summer, Teatru Manoel comes to life with the best of...

‘Portelli’s not stupid: he invests in festa and sports to disable his opponents’

“Reclaim the festa... and our communities... from the Portellis and Ċaqnus of this world, from political parties and business...

“Reclaim the festa... and our communities......

My essentials: Joanne Fenech Portelli’s cultural picks

No 33 | Joanne Fenech Portelli, 46, Visual Artist

No 33 | Joanne Fenech Portelli, 46, Visual...