Fiona Grahame & Martin Laird at Bragi's Open Circle, with standing stones at the Kristin Linklater voice centre, Orkney.

Rebel Orkney book launch

Rebel Orkney – book launch at Bragi’s Open Circle Fiona Grahame and I are proud to announce the publication of Rebel Orkney, an illustrated history book published by Orkney News Ltd. and distributed by Ingram. Subtitled “tales of insurrection from Orcadian history”, Rebel Orkney tells the story of some of those who dared to stand […]

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cartoon showing praying covenanters in the hold of the ship 'The Crown of London'. One says "Lord, let us not die slaves in an English colony." In the next panel a William-Blake inspired God sinks the ship and says "I really should just drown this entire Me-forsaken country."

Cartoon – The Wreck of the Crown of London

Cartoon created to accompany The Orkney News article in the June 2018 edition of iScot magazine, about the Orkney connection to the Scottish Covenanters. The drawing references the dark artistic vision of William Blake. The figure of Urizen represents an aspect of God in Blake’s personal mythology. The Covenanters were a 17th Century Scottish Presbyterian […]

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