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River People (2017) is an anthology of poems and short stories written by attendees of a creative writing course for older people, which was headed by editor Ron Carey and managing editor Dominic Taylor. Published by the Limerick Writers’ Centre, the collection explores Irish society, both past and present, from bygone times to contemporary society. As […]
The Acoustic Club at Charlie Malone’s Bar, Limerick Open-Mic Tues 12th Dec 2017 at 9.00pm sharp! Present – Mick Lacey – singer/poet Mick Lacey is a singer, musician, songwriter banjo player, poet, satirist and social commentator. He is also a counsellor and lecturer, who always delivers a hugely entertaining night. The Acoustic Club is a live music […]
Arthur's Park, Limerick
Tel 087 2996409
This month our guest is poet Knute Skinner plus the launch of RIVER PEOPLE – an anthology of writing from The Limerick Writers’ Centre Creative Writing Class for Older People 2017
Poetry, prose and performance with always new guest readers, followed by an open mic
POETRY – FICTION – STORYTELLING – MUSIC
All those interested on creative writing are welcome to attend on the night.
Join us on Fri 8th Dec to a special graduation ceremony in Shannon Rowing Club for the participants of our ‘Voices’ Creative Writing Course run in partnership with the MWRDAF.
Delighted that the Limerick Writers’ Centre was the recipient of an award in the Arts Culture and Heritage category at the PPN 1st Annual Community and Voluntary Awards. Pictured: Sheila Sugrue, Dominic Taylor, Fiona Clark Echlin and Marian Cody.
Dock road, Limerick
Monica Spencer was the outright winner with a Limerick in the classic style, funny and bawdy!
Monica Spencer was the outright winner with a Limerick in the classic style, funny and bawdy! Monica will now spend the year as champion of the limerick, expect guest appearances on The Graham Norton Show, Late Late Show and Would You believe (it)! We’re planning for next year to make it bigger and better, so watch this space!
The winning Limerick was:
An erotic young woman named Sue
Came by Sarsfield, asleep, in Murroe
As he opened his eyes
She did straddle his thighs
Singing, Paddy, I’m glad you came to