Farewell, Goldhawk


John Mulcahy, publisher of The Phoenix and the Irish Arts Review magazine has died, aged 86


John Mulcahy, publisher of ‘the Phoenix’, dies aged 86 (Irish Times)

(Pic: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)

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12 thoughts on “Farewell, Goldhawk

  1. Harry Molloy

    Know little about him but that magazine is a good legacy to leave behind. Long may publications like it continue

  2. sparkilicious

    RIP. I find the causes celebres of Phoenix editorial team (Irish republicanism/the Middle East) are covered to an extent that is grating at times but it is an absolutely necessary publication and often throws out stories that would not otherwise get an airing. Kudos to the man for founding it and sustaining it for many years. Related to Micheal Mulcahy I think? Maverick and establishment in the one family. Reminds me of Dave McSavage and the rest of the Andrews/Tubridy clan.

  3. Truth in the News

    The man who exposed the Heavy Gang, who were the agents of the Cosgrove Government in the 1970’s
    which in turn outed the so called liberals as fellow travelers of Old Liam……John Mulcahy did the People
    of the Nation a service, …he published and printed what the rest hadn’t the gut’s to do
    We remember Him…..Good Publishers they were few in this Rotten Republic

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