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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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...

ZIPP – Unifying the nation

With the slogan ‘better together’ printed on their colour-mismatched T-shirts, Unify - a quintet of six-formers who earlier in the year won the award...

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...

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,...