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Dayglo: on a mission for reading for all.

To mark World Dyslexia Awareness Day, we met with a Notts publisher breaking new ground with accessible books.

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Raining Upwards: A Night With Henry Normal.

Nottingham Poetry Festival Founder, Nottingham City of Lit Patron and BAFTA-winning decamped local hero Henry Normal was in town last week...

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Youth / Yoff - 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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Interview with Georgina Wilding, Nottingham's Young Poet Laureate

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature are delighted to announce that Georgina Wilding is the Young Poet Laureate for Nottingham 2017/18. Georgina...

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Nottingham announces its first Young Poet Laureate

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature are delighted to announce today, 28 September 2017, that Georgina Wilding is the Young Poet Laureate for...

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Nanar - 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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Literary Locations #4: All Hallows Church, Arnold Lane, Gedling.

JRR Tolkien famously based much of Middle Earth on his native West Midlands. But the East Midlands also played a part...

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Refugee Writing

Find out more about a fantastic scheme to help refugees tell their stories.

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Roald Dahl Day

Today is the 101st anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth, and one of his finest creations is coming to Nottingham...

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