Just My Type: Fergus McCarthy
1916: A Country is Born by Fergal McCarthy is in bookshops now
What’s your new book about?
It’s a series of playful drawings with lively text and dialogue explaining the events of the 1916 Easter Rising in a concise, uncomplicated manner. The Easter Rising has acquired a lot of baggage. Once I was commissioned by the Little Museum of Dublin to create the work, I tried to divest the story of that baggage and retell it as accurately as possible in a light...
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