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Nomad's Weekly was a satirical magazine published in Belfast between 1899 and 1914. It was edited, and mostly written, by Alfred S. Moore, aka "Nomad". It satirised politicians, churchmen, trade union officials, councillors and businessmen. It pressed for social reform, for example shorter hours for shop assistants, and at the height of its popularity it claimed a readership of 40,000. Cartoonists who contributed included A. Greer, Matt Sandford, David Wilson and John Campbell.
- Roy Douglas, Liam Harte & Jim O'Hara, Drawing Conclusions: a Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations 1798-1998, The Blackstaff Press, 1998
- Kenneth Baker, "British lion faces Irish monkey", review of Drawing Conclusions: a Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations, Electronic Telegraph, 1 August 1998
- A. S. Moore Collection
- Theo Snoddy, Dictionary of Irish Artists: 20th Century, Merlin Publishing, 2002