April 2016

In this month's GCN our main feature looks at Roger Casements Black Diaries. Published while he was in prison for his role in the 1916 rising, the diary was full of salacious homosexual detail and succeed in blackening his name before his execution for treason. Were the diaries faked by the British authorities so Casement could be robbed of the martyrdom for Ireland he so desired? Angus Mitchell believes so.

Also, we celebrate the winners of the GALAS 2016; GALAS winner Donny Reyes talks about his activism in Honduras, and we look back at the queer women who risked all for Ireland in 1916.

All this and more inside this month's GCN!


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