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Immanuel Mifsud


Immanuel Mifsud

(Malta), born in 1967. He published four collection of short stories, Stejjer ta’ Nies Koroh (Stories of Ugly People), Il- Ktieb tas-Sibt Filghaxija (The Book for Saturday Evening), Il-Ktieb tal-Mahbubin Midruba (The Book of Maimed Lovers), and L-Istejjer Strambi ta’ Sara Sue Sammut (Sara Sue Sammut’s Strange Stories). Mifsud has two collections of poems published: Fid-Dar ta’ Clara (At Clara’s House), was published in 1998, while Il-Ktieb tar-Rih u l-Fjuri (The Book of the Wind and Flowers), won the second prize in the Malta National Literary Award for poetry (2001). Various works by Mifsud have been translated into English, French, Catalan and Italian. Immanuel Mifsud teaches contemporary literature at the University of Malta College.

Adrian Grima


Adrian Grima

(Malta), born in 1968 in Malta, teaches Maltese Literature at the University of Malta. In 1999 he published It-Trumbettier, a poetry collection which placed second in the Premio Tivoli Europa Giovani competition for poetry books published in Europe in 1999. In 2008 he, together with Immanuel Mifsud and other contributors, published a poetry book about climate change, Rił min- Nofsinhar which won a special prize for the most creative book at the Malta National Book Awards. His poetry has been translated into 13 languages and published in many international collections.

2017