The below is a list of MCA publications to date. For more information on how to purchase any of the books listed below, kindly email the Malta Classics Association at info@classicsmalta.org.

Dwar l-Arti tal-Poeżija – Karmenu Serracino (2012)

Il-filosfu Grieg Aristotli kien l-ewwel studjuż li ddedika kitba sħiħa lit-teorija tal-letteretura bl-isem ta’ Dwar l-Arti tal-Poeżija. Magħruf tradizzjonalment bħala l-Poetika, dan ix-xogħol kontroversjali jmur lura għar-raba’ seklu Q.K. Fih, Aristotli jgħarbel il-metodi li jagħmlu l-aħjar traġedja drammatika, filwaqt li janalizza wħud mill-aqwa traġedji tat-teatru Grieg, bħal Edipu Sultan ta’ Sofokli. Ix-xogħol kellu influwenza kbira fuq teoristi u drammaturġi matul is-sekli, u għadu meqjus sal-lum bħala trattat fundamentali fl-Istorja tal-Kritika Letterarja. Karmenu Serracino qed jittraduċi dan ix-xogħol mill-Grieg Klassiku għall-Malti, filwaqt li jikkonsolida t-traduzzjoni b’introduzzjoni u noti komprensivi li jgħinu lill-qarrej jifhem aħjar l-ideat Aristoteliċi u l-isfond storiku li fih kiteb il-filosfu.

Greek Civilisation as Seen in its Literature – Nicholas Debono Montbello (2015)

Why do we still read Ancient Greek literature – What is so great about Homer – Why is Greek Tragedy so appealing – Who was Herodotus- When did the Hellenic Age begin- In these pages you will find the answers to these questions and many more besides. Backed by the experience of a long academic career teaching classical languages and cultures, Nicholas Debono Montebello has written these essays which, in their conciseness and comprehensiveness, are especially useful for students of the Arts, as well as for readers who are interested in the unique legacy of Ancient Greece. This book is also available in Maltese.

Vox Depicta – (2017)

Vox Depicta is a small collection of Latin proverbs and their English and Maltese translations. The book is fully illustrated by Warren Bartolo.

Vox Aspecta – (2019)

Vox Aspecta is a small collection of Latin proverbs and their English and Maltese translations, following from its predecessor, Vox Depicta. Every translation is accompanied by annotations by Maria Zammit, and the book is fully illustrated by Warren Bartolo.