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Nottwich is almost here!

Norwich and Nottingham UNESCO Cities of Literature issue rallying cry for cultural co-operation ahead of next week’s UNESCO Cities of Literature...

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Literary Locations #26: The haunts of Sophie Curly

From Bloomsbury Poet to Wilford Hill Cemetery, via our pubs and benches, we remember Sophie.

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Join the Party Somewhere Else for a celebratory theatre festival!

You’re invited to join the party! And this is a party unlike anything you've been to before. Organiser Minder Athwal tells us more about what's...

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Life In Lines: Matt Turpin on Thomas Hardy's 'An August Midnight'

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite meets Nottingham City of Literature's Matt Turpin.

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Life In Lines: John Lucas on Matt Simpson's The Song of Caedmon

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets John Lucas

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Nottingham Guest of Honour at Granada Book Fair

Granada has announced Nottingham as its first foreign Guest of Honour at the 2019 Granada Book Fair. We're treating them to some of our finest...

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Literary Locations #27: Newcastle Drive, The Park

Famed for her fairies, the writer of more than 60 volumes of fiction, poetry and plays, Rose Fyleman lived in this house in The Park.

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Life In Lines: Geraldine Gray on R S Thomas's 'The Coming'

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets Geraldine Gray from Bromley House Library

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Life In Lines: Panya Banjoko on Jean Binta Breeze's 'Ordinary Morning'

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets poet Panya Banjoko

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