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Literary Location #33: The White Horse

The White Horse, 313 Ilkeston Road, Radford, the place where Seaton and Sillitoe made their memorable first impression.

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A Thumbs-Up Cabaret : Guest Post From Young Creative Awards Winner Andrew Tucker

The winner of the Young Creative Awards for Creative Writing (19-24 group), Andrew Tucker, tells us of the importance of the awards and how they...

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Finding a Voice: Guest Post by Aisha Mohammed Audu

We received an email off a student volunteer who lent us a hand at a recent event, and we thought it was a lovely read about the power of literature...

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Stanley Middleton, Top Ten Novels

Stanley Middleton, our Booker-winner, a modest man who turned down an OBE. A proper Nottingham novelist.

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Big City Reads: Readers' Day

Our #BigCityReads campaign drew a sell-out crowd of young booklovers and some of the UK's best writers to the Council House for a very special event....

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John Lucas on Stanley Middleton

John Lucas remembers the correspondence he shared with Stanley Middleton.

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Catherine Arnold Remembers Stanley Middleton

Writer, lecturer and former Sheriff of Nottingham Catharine Arnold remembers her friend and mentor Stanley Middleton

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Stanley Middleton: A Centenary

August 1st, 2019 marks the centenary of the Nottingham novelist, Stanley Middleton. Our chair, David Belbin was a friend and neighbour of Stanley’s.

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Memories of my Father

Stanley Middleton's daughter Penny remembers her father.

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