Rosaleen McDonagh writes fearlessly about a diverse experience of being Irish, a disabled person, and a woman. Unsettled explores racism, abuse, ableism, and resistance, as well as the bonds of community, family and friends. As an Irish Traveller writing from a feminist perspective, McDonagh’s essays are rich and complex, raw and honest, and above all, uncompromising. These essays may make some readers uncomfortable as they will have to confront the prejudice and stereotypes many of us don't recognize in ourselves – and they may bring a sense of vindication to others as they may see their experience articulated, possibly for the first time.
Usually despatched in 2-5 working days.
Date of Publication: 27/07/2021