The Economic & Social Crisis in the eyes of Mediterranean writers and poets

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The Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival was held from the 30th of August to the 1st of September. This year’s edition focused on the economic and social crisis. Series of interviews held by Stanley Borg for the Times of Malta with some of the festival’s participants coming from different Euro-Mediterranean countries.
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In this second series of interviews, journalist Stanley Borg for the Times of Malta goes on questioning writers, poets and translators coming from Spain, Malta, Greece, Libya and Syria on the current social and economic crisis in the Euro-Mediterranean region.


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