Articles in the Press about and by Ġorġ Mallia
This page contains links to some of the more recent articles in the press that are about Ġorġ Mallia and his work. Some are interviews with him, and some have been written by him. Click on the relative thumbnail to go the download page.
An short write-up about Ġorġ Mallia's satirical contributions to The Times of Malta and The Sunday Times of Malta, along with an illustration created specifically for the occasion. Published in a magazine commemorating the 85th Anniversary of The Times of Malta. Given as a supplement of The Sunday Times, August 9, 2020.
An article about how the pandemic and the resultant lockdown have been reflected in the work of press cartoonists. Carried in The Sunday Times, June 7, 2020.
An interview with London-based, up and coming young singer Isabelle Luca Borg. Carried in The Sunday Times, May 10, 2020.
An article about the way the Covid-19 pandemic has affected Maltese Publishing. Carried in The Sunday Times, May 10, 2020.
An interview by Laura Swale about the English translation of the children's book Melanie and Karl's Enchanted Adventure (English title) carried in The Sunday Times, May 3, 2020. The book is being given away as a free gift, downloadable as a pdf, for children in lockdown to read.
The extensive coverage in the media of the launch of the free pdf by Ġorġ Mallia of the original fantasy for children L-Avventura Msaħħra ta' Melanie u Karl.
An article about Ġorġ Mallia in general and the Rhapsody-in-Pain exhibition in particular by Christine Cassar, published in the Air Malta in-flight magazine Bizzilla (March, 2020).
An article and interview by Laura Swale about the Rhapsody-in-Pain exhibition, published in The Sunday Times, February 23, 2020.
A interview by Raphael Vassllo about Freedom of Speech in MALTA TODAY, February 9, 2020.
An article in THE SUNDAY TIMES, January 12, 2020, about the book of verse My love had eyes of blue and dreams. It also includes an original digital painting made specifically for this article to represent visually the general theme of the book.