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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

BREAKFAST TABLE TALKS – about academics and alcohol

‘Where do they get the money from for all this scientific jiggery-pokery?’ Zeus jabbed a finger at a crumpled page of The Times in...

IN YOUR CHROMOSOMES – All about the divine energy of DNA

Eagerly anticipating Santa – or the Three Kings - slipping a copy of her new stand-alone fantasy novel Arakzeon City – Wiccor Princess Reborn...

PURE & RAW – Dilapidated backgrounds maximise the impact

Against the media sensationalism splashing the monster all over the front page for the newsboy‘s convenience, writer Catherine Nuza wants to tell the story...

GODS GET POETIC – When junk-food obesity stalks the streets, why...

‘I doubt I’ll ever understand these people, these Gibraltarians’, said Zeus, pointing at the spread of city streets and buildings stretched out below the...

A CAPELLA – standalone voice of fine arts and romance

Abstract artist Capella Van Ryan is returning to Gibraltar where she and her husband Colin were married 13 years ago, to renew their vows...

MOTHERLY OBSESSION – Amy Montegriffo’s milk-curdling tales

The mother of all horror storytelling, Mothers’ Milk is an unsettling assortment of short-circuited motherhood, as it relates the potential worst-case scenarios of helicopter-mothering...

GODS ON THEIR JOBS – Finding a job is hard, after...

  In the five months since Zeus and the pantheon had moved from Olympus to the Rock, much had changed. So much so, as Hera...

SHE HASN’T FORGOTTEN – The girl means business

Author Carla Acheson sounds very foreign, but she was actually born in Gibraltar from Gibraltarian parents, and her maiden name is Lengui. “Yes, I was...

THE CHAP FROM EFFESSEE – A Greek background doesn’t help in...

‘You are not going to a bullfight in La Linea or anywhere else; whether as a toreador or as a bull.’ Although millennia  had...

CASH CRUNCH – Whom the gods wish to make mad –...

The gods were breakfasting. Since leaving Greece, this had become the only meal where the Olympian family sat down together. Hera had insisted on...