Author Eoin McAuley will be speaking at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) on Thursday 17th November, as part of the committee of a research project entitled: “An Irish poet in New Spain: Toward the creation of a digital repository on the life and work of William Lamport”, which is a part of the Research Coordination of the Philosophy and Letters Faculty the university, UNAM.
McAuley’s talk ‘Translating and adapting the works and history of William Lamport into a sequential art narrative’, will be available to livestream at the official Facebook page for the event found here at 10pm (GMT).
Promotional Image for “An Irish poet in New Spain: Toward the creation of a digital repository on the life and work of William Lamport”, Art and Colours by Cormac Hughes and Tríona Farrell.
The Legend of William Lamport, Chapter 2, is now in print and will be available at Dublin Comic Con. Copies will be provided for free and can be collected from the Pulse College Workshop room on the Liffey level of the Convention Centre, Dublin. Copies will be in limited supply on a first come first come first served basis with a very limited supply of Chapter 1 available as well.
Although all copies will be free, we will be collecting donations for the Children’s Health Foundation and if you would like to leave a tip in the collection box in lieu of the cost of a book 100% of all proceeds will be sent to the Foundation.
If you cannot attend Dublin Comic Con and would like to avail of a copy please e-mail email@example.com. A free dgital copy of Chapter 2 can be found here to download.
For Dublin Comic Con, ‘The Legend of William Lamport will have a presence at the 10.30am and 11.00am panels on Saturday 6th of August and the 2.00pm Panel on Sunday 7th of August. All panels are in the Pulse College room on the Liffey level of The Convention Centre, Dublin and a floor plan and both timetables can be found below.
‘The Legend of William Lamport’ will have a presence at Dublin Comic Con on August 6th and the 7th at The Convention Centre Dublin.
Last March we held a short Panel at the Pulse College Room and many thanks to those who attended.
This year we will be returning to the Pulse Room which will host a suite of talks and workshops and we will be handing out a limited number of free printed copies of Chapter 2 to attendees. A timetable of events will be posted here and across our social media accounts in the coming days.
You can also download a free digital copy of Chapter 2 in PDF format here.