Alice's Table: Voices from Gibraltar Volume IV - Sale and Book Signing
A fourth book in the Alice’s Table series by Alice Mascarenhas is being launched today with a book signing at the John Mackintosh Hall. The book – the fourth in the series - is a collection of the last year of Alice’s Table Saturday columns published weekly in the Gibraltar Chronicle. The first volume in book form was published in 2019, and the other two in subsequent years.
Former deputy editor of the Gibraltar Chronicle, Alice Mascarenhas, will be at the John Mackintosh Hall from 11am to 3pm, Monday 19, December.
Alice’s Table IV, is published by the Gibraltar Chronicle (Newspaper) Ltd with the support of Gibraltar Cultural Services and is priced at £10. All the proceeds from this book will again be used for a paid summer internship at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Over 45 chapters tell the stories of personal achievement, sacrifice and perseverance, of trials and successes. These are told with humanity and with a reporter’s keen eye for detail as each one of them is brought to life. This is Gibraltar’s social history through the eyes of local personalities who make up our community and our history. Alice’s Table IV covers the period October 2021 to September this year.
Alice Mascarenhas will be signing books at the John Mackintosh Hall on Monday 19, December from 11am to 3pm.
The books will also be available at the Gibraltar Heritage Trust bookshop from Tuesday 20th December, and there will be another book signing on Thursday 22, December from 11am to 1pm.
All four books are available to purchase from the Gibraltar Heritage Trustbookshop, on our website, and at the Gibraltar Chronicle Offices, at Watergate House, Casemates.