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1997C
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20th Century Notts: 1997-1999

Our journey through the last century comes to an end with another eclectic mix of storytelling.

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1996A
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20th Century Notts: 1994-1996

In our penultimate instalment, we are introduced to the fiction of Julie Myerson and Robert Harris, and former Nottinghamshire Police officers throw...

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New Notts Writers 1: Shruti Trivedi

Nottinghamshire is currently brimming with talented writers of fiction: over the next few weeks we'll be picking out writers you may not have heard...

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Return to the Book Bus

Winter is very much here, so let's enjoy a bit of African sun and join Notts volunteer Carol Williams and a fantastic project to bring books (and...

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1992C
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20th Century Notts: 1991-1993

It's the 1990s and our writers are providing a televisual feast.

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1989A
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20th Century Notts: 1988-1990

We reach the '90s and Nottingham's favourite detective makes his debut.

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Read The World
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Read the World in Reykjavik

Our fellow UNESCO City of Literature, Reykjavik, is currently exhibiting texts from other cities, including Nottingham, on freedom and peaceful...

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Saturday Night, Sunday Morning At Sixty

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning was released 60 years ago this month, James Walker shows that while the book may now qualify for a bus-pass, its...

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1987B
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20th Century Notts: 1985-1987

Life goes on for Alan Sillitoe as Stephen Booth and Alan Baker move to Notts.

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