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Monday, July 16, 2018

SOLITUDE HOUSE – A dark tale

The fine line between solitude and loneliness cracks into a chasm in the solipsistic novel ominously titled ‘Solitude House’, published by local writer M....

OLYMPUS NEW YEAR – Monthly prose

‘This was not a good idea... that man Rajoy has a lot to answer for,’ Zeus whispered. Hera, who over the millennia had become...

MILD WEST – A local collection goes live

A collection of poetry to be read at dusk, when the golden glow of sunset is still projecting its indigo undertones towards the eastern ...

CHRISTMAS DOOR – a winter tale

Bianca was tired walking home from work on Christmas Eve. She had lost her Christmas spirit after her grandmother had died five years ago,...

OLYMPUS CHRISTMAS – keep your reindeer well away from the Rock

‘What on earth is the reason for all that screeching and caterwauling?’ Zeus gestured towards the night-time glow of Gibraltar, spread below the Rock...

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...

INSTAPOETRY – The age of scrolling literature

Keats, Heaney, Angelou, Owen, Poe, Shakespeare, Lorca, Hughes, Chaucer, Dickinson, Whitman; just a handful of names synonymous with the Western poetic canon. You might...

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...