Stanley, the author of the Times article about Blogs which appeared on today's Weekender asks me to add this list of Blogs that he intended to put on the page but did not do so due to lack of space. J'Accuse is pleased to reciprocate the publicity courtesy by publishing the list here (Stanley's descriptions ... not mine):
Ten kids on the blog
Max L. Fly
The inconvenience of middle age and its insistence upon minor, nagging discomforts conveyed with a beautiful sense of lonely nostalgia. Brilliant.
Guze Stagno, Maltese literature’s enfant terrible, is bent on picking a fight with anyone or anything that moves.
Since it’s hard to sing with your tongue in cheek, Mikiel draws while chronicling an adolescence lived in the shadow of the Imperial Bar.
Post-it notes on anything historical, environmental and political - a linguist and translator who knows how to write.
A Maltese translator living on the edge in Luxembourg. Has a penchant for anything Italian, including a memorable post on ‘un cuore di panna.’
Colourful, as expected from an ex-member of Artwork who now lectures on Performance and Creative Technologies.
Immanuel Mifsud. The author of twelve books, including his latest, Kimika, and one of the most inspired components of contemporary Maltese literature. A bestseller.
Ta' Barra Mod Iehor
A Maltese musician down but mostly out in Paris where time either flies, or just sits on the cobbled ruelles. Lots of wine, food, but mostly jazz.
Pierre J. Mejlak
The life and times of a writer and translator based in Brussels, and of his neighbours.
Young, restless, and the first girl to podcast in Maltese.
... thanks again Stan!