Are you interested in contributing?

‘Street Line Critics’ is group of writers who share their thoughts, experiences and insights about particular places and routes in Limerick city using words of chalk as our medium.  We offer alternative perspectives of how we see and use these public places.  Through our musings and observations we are starting a conversation with and about the city, creating awareness of these spaces which belong to all of us.  Providing impermanent monuments to the everyday.

We want to share an experience of the city within a critical social context.  Mapping out how Limerick is lived, walked, worked and used.

If you are a writer, poet, playwright, novelist, or any other kind of wordsmith or simply a person with an interest in words, and would like to get involved, drop us an email or contact us directly through the website contact form.  (Both to be found under the contact heading).

Looking forward to hearing from you.

TomCat Street Festival

TomCat Street festival was a great opportunity to engage directly with people on the street, pitching the idea and gaining feedback.  A huge thanks is in order for Natalie Woociker, the photographer for the weekend and David Tierney, who spent the weekend helping out in every possible way.  A thank you of course also to all the businesses on Catherine and Thomas street and the festival organizers and curators Anastasia Artemeva, Steve Maher and Gimena Blanco.