Street Line Critics will be at The Model in Sligo on the 24th and 25th of June. If you are around the area do come and take a look. There will be a presentation on the projects work and influences to date, followed by a workshop, which will take Sligo’s rich poetic heritage as a…
Author: Street Line Critics
Christopher Rivas on O’Callaghan Strand
The boy who fell to earth Find a tribe. That’s what I came here to do. Find those who see colors, those who see hope, who keep laughing and refuse to cry themselves to death. I came to experience life. That’s what I came here to do. – Christopher Rivas
A Lovely Review of the Street Line Critics book by Brian J. Slattery
We would like to highlight a wonderful review of the Street Line Critics book written by Brian J. Slattery on the website http://www.whitehousepoets.com/ capturing the heart of what this project is about. The book is available to buy from the following ebay listing: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Street-Line-Critics-Book-/321666626835? for any of you who are interested. With only a limited number of…
Street Line Critics Book Online Purchase
Hello Everyone, The Street Line Critics book is now online for anyone interested in buying it. Here is a link to the ebay listing: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Street-Line-Critics-Book-/321596966826?
A Fantastic Night!
Thank you so much to everyone who came to the Street Line Critics Book Launch! We had a fantastic evening! Everyone was such a huge support. Thank you to the White House for providing us with beautiful refreshments, almost looked too good to touch! Thank you to Barney Sheehan and Tom McCarthy for letting us…
Hey Everyone, Don’t forget the Street Line Critics book launch is tomorrow, in the White House bar at 8.30 pm. It promises to be a lovely relaxed evening to celebrate with readings and chats. We look forward to seeing you all there.
The books have arrived!
Hope to see you all at the launch of our Street Line Critics Book on the 8th of October in the White House Bar at 8.30 pm.
Culture Night: Eric O’ Neill on the streets of the Crescent (Top of O’Connell Street)
Our Georgian City With fanlights above, and doors of distinction below. These features of Georgian architecture obvious to those in the know. With red brick facades, carrying the dust and grime of many a year. Their golden proportions blinding to the thousands of visitors who stop and stare. Limestone plinths glimmer in the rain soaked…
The Street Line Critics Book Launch is here!
Hello Everyone, The waiting is finally over! We would like to invite you all to the launch of the Street Line Critics Book. It will be an opportunity to meet those involved in the project and listen to some of the submissions to the project being read at the open mic. It will be launched in the White…
Hello Everyone, Street Line Critics is taking part in Culture Night in Limerick on the 19th of September. We have a very interesting submission from Eric O’Neill that we will be chalking up on the night. You will be able to find us near the statue in the Crescent, at the top of O’Connell Street…