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The Lost Library: guest post from Jonathan Emmett

Children's author Jonathan Emmett dons his detective hat and finds the story behind one of Nottingham's 'ghost libraries'.

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No Such Thing As A Bacon Roll

Nottingham poet Leanne Moden reads her love letter to all things Nottingham, with help from a few other local faces.

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Re:Vision Workshops - Call for Participants

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film.

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More than a 1000 words

To mark the five-year anniversary of Reykjavík as a UNESCO City of Literature an exhibition of words and images from eighteen UNESCO Creative Cities...

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Introducing our new website

​As you might have noticed, our website has changed.

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This week we’re reading…#NottinghamReads

A thriller set in the Papal, a darkly hilarious and moving novel about a dysfunctional family, and a sparkling debut novel from an exciting new...

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"Mardy" - Nottingham Word Of The Week

Each week we'll post a celebration of Nottingham slang, a celebration of the inventiveness, warmth and sheer oddness of the words that make...

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The Write Stuff Short Story Competition

Literary powerhouse Barbara Taylor Bradford OBE has joined forces with The Sunday Times, TV presenter and journalist Claudia Winkleman, and...

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Ben Norris : On the Sliproad to Glory

We meet a prodigious poetic talent, presently taking his charms – and some scrawled on cardboard signs – around the UK.

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Line of Light Art Installation

A great project between Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature and Nottingham City Council is lighting up a once dark Nottingham.

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