Fr. Moses Coady: A Graphic Novel by Donald Calabrese

Moses Coady, Graphic Novel

This excerpt from Moses Coady, Graphic Novel, by Donald Calabrese, appeared in The Dalhousie Review, Summer 2018.   The role of genealogy (the Irish rebel bloodline) and the combined forces of these very different double cousins in the Antigonish Movement is also a theme in The People’s Photo Album: A Pictorial Genealogy of the Antigonish Movement, published by HARP in December 2018 (see pp. 33-35).

Mary Campbell.Mary Campbell ends off her report on the graphic novel in The Cape Breton Spectator, October 31, 2018:

But don’t despair: while you’re waiting, you can expand your knowledge of the graphic novel by visiting your nearest branch of the Cape Breton Regional Library, which (Calabrese agrees) has a very respectable collection of them.

She could be channeling Fr. Jimmy Tompkins, who took every opportunity to encourage people of all ages to go to the library and read, read, read.

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