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15:04

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Literary Week is coming up

Debbie Bartlett

A reminder that in the absence of the Literary Festival this year, readers can look forward to the online and interactive Literary Week from 9 to 13 November, featuring a wealth of interviews and talks. The full programme of events can be found

14:21

LifeStyle

British author publishes new book about the life of George Langworthy

Tony Bryant

...invaluable information and privileged access to her collection of photographs. This is Mike's first book, although he claims that he has no plans to continue with a literary career: "It took about three years to actually write the book and it was hugely

14:34

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival this month

Debbie Bartlett

As some of the events coincide, it is a good idea to obtain tickets in advance to avoid disappointment, either online at gibraltarliteraryfestival.com or from the festival ticket office at the Garrison Library, which opens from 10am to 4pm Mondays to

18:04

LifeStyle

Literary gastronomy

A. J. LINN

Mrs H also had plenty of time on her hands and was financially comfortable. She always rented big houses and had a couple of full-time servants. In Granada she would spend days sitting in the Alhambra, but although she loved the country and its pe

14:20

LifeStyle

30 October 1910: Birth of republican poet Miguel Hernández

Tony Bryant

...collective of artists known as the Generation of 27. He was also part of the Generation of 36, a later literary movement active during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Hernández had no academic background other than a limited state school education. His

13:38

LifeStyle

26 July 1875: The birth of celebrated poet Antonio Machado

TONY BRYANT

Antonio Machado Ruiz was a Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the literary movement known as the Generation of '98. Son of the celebrated Spanish folklorist Demófilo, Machado was born in Seville on 26 July 1875, one year after his ... as translators for a French magazine. Machado's decision to dedicate himself to poetry came during his time in France. In Paris, he came into contact with numerous renowned poets and contemporary literary figures, like Oscar Wilde and Nicaraguan ... poet Rubén Dario. Machado had his first works published in the literary journal Electra in 1901, and his first book of poetry (Soledades) followed two years later. In 1907, Machado accepted the position of Professor of French at a school in

12:32

Gibraltar

Lord Patten to deliver Governor's Lecture

Debbie bartlett

It has been announced that Lord Patten, who is a former Governor of Hong Kong and European Commissioner for External Relations among other posts, will deliver the Governor's Lecture at the Gibraltar International Literary Festival which takes place

13:24

Local

Benalmádena honours ten female literary figures

TONY BRYANT

...each one inscribed with the name of a recognised literary figure. These include María Zambrano, Concha Méndez, Ángeles Santos, Elizabeth Mulder and Teresa León Goyri. The women, all part of the artistic movement known as the 'Generation of 27', were

13:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017, bigger and better than ever

ASH BOLTON

Gibraltar welcomed a host of international speakers to its 5th annual Literary Festival last week. More than 3,000 bookworms attended the four-day event that saw an eclectic mix of personalities give talks on everything from fiction and history to