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Thursday, December 14, 2017

JEREMY SPOKEN – Gabriel Moreno launches his ninth book

  words | Elena Scialtiel Fresh from his appearance at the Gibunco Literary Festival, local poet and singer songwriter Gabriel Moreno is applying the finishing touches to...

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...

#DEIXA-TE DE MERDAS – Reliving romance after failed love

How often is it that hours of trivial conversations over a bottle of wine with friends on the ‘emotional baggage’ we all carry can...

IT’S A KINDA MAGICK! – Urban fantasy best sellers made in...

Husband-and-wife writing team Lee and Stephanie Dignam made two ambitious New Year’s resolutions: to publish one novel each and every month in 2017, and...

GET FESTIVE LITERARILY! – Gibraltar’s 5th International Literary Festival

I like big books and I cannot lie. Have you read anything gripping recently? Or are you still on the hunt for your next...

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...

DANDY DANDELIONS and drop-dead delish detectives

Move along, Jessica Fletcher, Miss Marple and handsome Sicilian inspector ‘who swims in a sea of satin’: an endearingly rickety gang of senior detectives...

SELFISH MR RAVEN – A new local author launches his book

Nigel Canepa is another Gibraltarian author whose first book will be launched very soon. He is a 22-year-old student, who studied English and Creative...

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...