Bookish… March 2020

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Welcome back! It's March already (how it is March already? That is insane!) and on the 8th is International Women's day. Coincidentally, my three...

Trenches

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By Jasmin Griffiths I have come to the realisation that I am dead. Maybe not ‘dead’ as we know it but I’m not air-breathing-water-drinking alive...

Bookish… February 2020

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It’s February, and that means it’s Valentine’s day! You either felt some strange excitement at that statement, or you rolled your eyes. Well, there...

Climate Change & Carbon Footprints

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‘Climate change and carbon footprints… Mark my words, those will be the buzz-words for the new decade, and I’ve a good mind to write...

Bookish… January 2020

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Happy New Year! It’s January, and you know what that means, there’s a whole bunch of “new year, new me” going around. Most of...

Proper English

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Braggadocio. A resonant word with a hint of history and romance... and new to me when I came across it in a slim 40-page...

BOOKISH… (part 2)

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By Joel Francis Choosing the right book can be a difficult task. Going into a bookshop (well in Gibraltar’s case, Amazon or Book Depository because...

The Fault In Gibraltar

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‘Young prodigy civil engineer Sebastian Luna unveils urban development on cantilevered shelf hovering above Med Sea to the south-east side of the Rock’: this...

A Beard ‘Too Long’ and a God ‘Too Old’ For Santa

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‘Too old, and my beard needs trimming. I travel a thousand stadia... spend six hours crammed into uncomfortable easyJet seats... pay out a small...

GIBRALTAR LITERARY FESTIVAL: Schedule of Events

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  THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 10:00am Death of a Translator Ed Gorman, Nick Higham The Gibraltar Garrison Library (Festival HQ), 1 hour Ed Gorman will be interviewed by Nick Higham...