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"Os" - 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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Charlie's Dead - 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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Tom Browne
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Brick Talks Comics: City's Comics Heritage

As well as a dynamic contemporary comics scene, Nottingham has a rich history when it comes to illustration. In the first of a regular series on an...

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"Twitchell" - 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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Nottingham Writers' Club: 90 Years Young.

Nottingham Writers' Club recently celebrated its 90th birthday. The club tells us more...

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Lady Ottoline Morrell By George Charles Beresford 1903 2
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A Tangled Trio: Ottoline Morrell, guest post by Richard Vytniorgu

Lady Ottoline Morrell was not just one of the great cultural catalysts of the early 20th Century; but one of the most important memorialist of the...

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Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys: A review by Conrad Simpson

Conrad Simpson, as well as the recent winner of the Nottingham Young Creative award for film (13-15 age group) is also an avid reader and writer....

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Golden Legend
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The Golden Legend by Nadeem Aslam: a review by Joel Davie

Nadeem Aslam’s exquisite, luminous novel shines hope into nightmare with the notion that love (and books) could, one day, conquer all.

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Poetry
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Pubs, Pints and Poetry: A Look Round Nottingham Poetry Festival

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature volunteer Carol Williams tells us of some of her Nottingham poetry Festival highlights.

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William Thompson Boxer
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The Legend of Bendigo: guest post by Alan Dawson

Why has an illiterate Victorian-era Nottingham bare-knuckled boxer caught the imagination of so many writers?

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