Wayne Flask

Author Translator Music Writer Public Annoyance

Wayne what?

This is what I do: I write. And I wear raincoats when it’s sunny.

Wayne Flask is a Maltese writer, translator and music journalist.

Born in 1982, Wayne started his freelance career in music journalism with The Malta Independent on Sunday in 1998, followed by stints with The Sunday Times and Maltanow magazine together with contributions for The Sunday Circle, Manic! and Tune-in Magazine.

He has swung his obnoxious dictaphone in the face of bands and artists such as Brikkuni, Hunters Palace, Sonitus Eco, Winter Moods, Ira Losco, Corkskrew, nosnow/noalps, Areola Treat, BNI and others.

In 2015 came his theatre debut at the Manoel with the satirical “Sibna ż-Żejt,” directed by Sean Buhagiar. He is now a casual blogger for Maltatoday and still enjoys writing about himself in the third person.

Need content for your website/publication in English and/or Maltese? Heckle at Wayne on speakup@wayneflask.com. Shoplifters will be prosecuted.