Monday November 30, 2020

Farewell to The Phoenix

While John Mulcahy is stepping down as publisher of The Phoenix, his debut novel is about to launch and he’ll continue to edit the Irish Arts Review

17th October, 2009

John Mulcahy’s passions are many - history, the arts, newsprint, and above all, the preservation of Ireland’s cultural heritage.

Over four decades he has been editor/publisher of a string of successful periodicals, from Hibernia Magazine to The Irish Arts Review.

This month he will step down as publisher of Phoenix, the satirical news magazine he founded 26 years ago, and he will also make his debut as a novelist. Union,...

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