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The Pretty Boys of Gangster Town: Review

Bookstagrammer and avid reader Emily Sanderson shares her thoughts on Nottingham poet Martin Grey's latest collection, The Pretty Boys of Gangster...

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My Experience at NTU's Creative Writing Short Course

Freyja Hollington was one of our MyVoice Creative Writing Competition winners. The prize for winning was to attend the Nottingham Trent Unviersity...

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Literary Locations #74: Old Church Farm, Eakring

We head to Eakring - Cresswell Country.

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Could you be a City of Literature Trustee?

We are inviting up to three new members to join our Board of Trustees as we approach our fifth anniversary.

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International Literacy Day Bucheon 2020
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UNESCO Cities of Literature Champion International Literacy Day

UNESCO Cities of Literature are excited to be celebrating International Literacy Day collectively for the first time, on Tuesday 8 September 2020,...

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Literary Locations #73: Broadway Cinema.

What links The Salvation Army, Quentin Tarantino and the world’s largest crime writing festival? It’s Nottingham’s Broadway Cinema and it’s this...

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David Belbin on 'Shots in the Dark'.

Memories of 'Shots in the Dark', Bouchercon and Broadway Cinema.

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Literary Locations #72: Newark Market Place

The historic market place in Newark-On-Trent, where Lord Byron first saw his poetry in print and Sir Walter Scott set ‘The Heart of Midlothian’.

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Nucol Letters Of Solidarity
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What Solidarity Means To Me: The City of Literature Team

We were delighted to launch our new campaign Letters of Solidarity this summer. But what does ‘solidarity’ mean? It’s associated with trade unions...

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