Gralton magazine ran for ten issues from 1982 to 1983. It took it’s name from James Gralton, “the only person to have been deported from the 26 counties for political activity”.
From the magazine:
Gralton’s name represents a challenge to established authority, a call for people to take their fate into their own hands and an imaginative application of socialist ideas in a difficult environment. For all that, and more, he deserves to be remembered. That’s why this magazine is named after him.
The following episode of Looking Left from DCTV discusses Gralton and Z Magazine. Hosted by Donagh Brennan, the panel includes Brian Trench, Des Derwin, and Tom O’Connor (who were members of the editorial board of both publications) and Dr. Conor McCabe.
- 1982 - Labour: Still Worth It After All These Years?
- 1982 - The Party's Over - Socialist Labour Party
- 1982 - Gralton, No. 1
- 1982 - Gralton, No. 2
- 1982 - Gralton, No. 3
- 1982 - Gralton, No. 4
- 1983 - New Departures for Sinn Féin
- 1983 - The Fairview Killing
- 1983 - The Proinsias De Rossa Interview
- 1983 - Gralton, No. 5
- 1983 - Gralton, No. 7
- 1983 - Gralton, No. 8
- 1983 - Gralton, No. 9
- 1983 - Gralton, No. 10
Dermot Boucher, Paul Brennan, Joan Burton, John Cane, Pat Carroll, Daltún Ó Ceallaigh, Joe Costello, Michael Cronin, Des Derwin, Joe Duffy, Luke Gibbons, John Goodwillie, Mary Gordon, Stuart Hall, Nora Hamill, Reuben Henskeagh, Margaret Hickey, Goretti Horgan, Roy Johnston, Jeff Kallen, Molly Kallen, Joan Kelly, Gene Kerrigan, Peadar Kirby, Joe McDonald, Martin McLoone, Matt Merrigan, Mike Milotte, Austen Morgan, John Mulholland, Eoin Ó Murchú, Emmet O'Connor, Tom O'Connor, Molly O'Duffy, Jerome Savin, Brian Trench, Margaret Ward
Note: This list is not exhaustive. Only named authors with entries in the archive are listed here.