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Constraint/ Restraint

Our friends at the brilliant National Justice Museum have an exhibition on right now which brings together many art forms, including literature, to...

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Young Voices Writing 'I Come From' Poetry: Tuesday's Blog

We hear from Tuesday Shannon, a writing mentor for primary school children on our Young Voices programme! Tuesday talks about how her first few...

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Literary Locations #46: The Loggerheads

59 Cliff Road, The Loggerheads, is this week’s literary location, and it leads us to a celebration of Nottingham’s best crime novels.

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Give me maw, maw, maw: Gobs are open.

A new poetry collective is forming, and two of Nottingham's brightest stars want you to join in.

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Karlsruhe 50: A Poem To Celebrate Half A Century of Friendship.

To mark 50 years of friendship with Nottingham's twin city, Karlsuhe, poet Jo Dixon set out to celebrate with poetry..

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Young Voices Telling Their Own Stories: Paula's Blog

Award-winning novelist Paula Rawsthorne shares her experience working as a writing mentor for children during the first week of the Young Voices...

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Writers in Profile #3: James C. Stuart

James C. Stuart is author of Dragonstone, a series of magical adventure novels. The series follows a young boy named Charlie Stuart after he has been...

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We launch Young Voices - our new creative writing programme

Young Voices helps Year Six students discover writing as a creative outlet ahead of their transition into Secondary School.

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Kim Slater: MyVoice judge shares her writing tips

Kim Slater writes Young Adult and Crime fiction. She published her first Young Adult book in 2014, Smart, a novel conceived when she was an MA...

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