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This article arose out of a collaboration between the two authors, Eamon Maher, a McGahern “expert,” and Paul Butler, a photographer who moved to Leitrim in the 1990s and who has been accumulating a pictorial narrative of McGahern’s home county ever since. As part of the Red Rua book festival in 2013, the authors decided to do an illustrated talk on McGahern’s work that would go alongside Paul’s exhibition, Still, which is a combination of images and text revolving around the writer’s native county.
Maher, E. & Butler, P. (2016) John McGahern : his Time and his Places, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 39, no. 2 (2016), pp.27-54
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 39, no. 2 (2016), pp.27-54