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Nottingham Playhouse's Unlocked season is running until Monday, 9th November and is a real treat for those craving theatre either live or online. Our...

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Literary Locations #79: The University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham’s long literary history.

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Writer-in-Residence in South Korea #1: Seoul Quarantine

Earlier this year, Nottingham writer, poet and lecturer Rory Waterman was asked to go to our fellow City of Literature, Bucheon, in South Korea as a...

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Interview with First Story young writer, Nidaa

Nidaa took part in the First Story Young Writer project, where she was mentored by Lucy Caldwell. After watching all the First Story mentees perform...

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Black History Month Poetry From Museumand

To celebrate Black History Month, Museumand has shared with us two poignant and powerful poems written by Winston Lindsay.

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Literary Locations #78: Hucknall

Hucknall, known as Hucknall Torkard until 1916, has a proud literary heritage spanning the past two centuries, from Lord Byron’s resting place to the...

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Black History Month Reading Picks

In celebration of Black History Month, we’ve gathered together a list eleven brilliant reads – poetry, novels and non-fiction – written by black...

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Resilience and Innovation in School Libraries

Carol Williams has been researching the impact of Covid-19 on school libraries, and how libraries have responded with resilience over the past six...

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Prague hosts first-ever UNESCO Cities of Literature digital conference

Find out more about how cultural leaders from the 39 international Cities of Literature met digitally for the network’s first online meeting (21-25...

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