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LitTransformer: Connecting... Online Event

LitTransformer: Connecting... is an online talk on the 25th of June. It takes place in lieu of the exciting LitTransformer project which brings...

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Building a Better World With Words #4: Krakow

Building A Better World With Words is a blog series asking how international Cities of Literature are coping with the Covid-19 crisis. This week, we...

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Introducing 'Building a Better World with Words LIVE'

Building a Better World with Words is a series of live digital events taking place throughout June and July 2020, brought to you by Nottingham UNESCO...

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Life during Lockdown and Re-opening Plans: The Bookcase

We spoke to Jane Streeter at The Bookcase about her experience of lockdown and re-opening plans for the bookshop.

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Literary Locations #62: Waterstones, 1-5 Bridlesmith Gate

Part Three (of 3) – Nottingham’s LGBT Writers & Writing

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Refugee Week - The Transformative Power of Writing

To celebrate Refugee Week the writer, Eve Makis, explores how grassroots projects can empower and bring about lasting social change for migrant...

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Black Lives Matter. It is not just a hashtag. #BeTheChange

No Justice, No Peace. Words we are feeling, hearing and seeing across the world. We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and the ongoing fight...

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Building A Better World With Words #3: Ljubljana

As part of our series asking other Cities of Literature how they are coping with the Covid19 crisis, we look to Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia and...

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Literary Locations #61: The Lord Roberts, 24 Broad Street, Hockley

Nottingham’s LGBT Writers & Writing - Part Two (of 3)

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