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The Future of Booksellers: guest post by Ross Bradshaw

Last week Ross Bradshaw, helmsman of Five Leaves Bookshop, visited Parliament to discuss the future of book-selling in the UK. Here's his write-up of...

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Kittle- 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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Poetry at the Workhouse

The threat of the workhouse loomed large over the British working classes for 100 years, and inspired much art angry at these cruel institutions....

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We Meet Melanie Duffill-Jeffs, new Director of Bromley House Library.

We meet the new director of Nottingham's spectacular Bromley House Library (amongst many other things, HQ to Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature)...

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Kali - 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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Summer Reading

Each year, we link up with our fellow UNESCO Cities of Literature to bring you a reading fiesta...

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Calling Sarah Jackson

We meet Dr Sarah Jackson, a Nottingham writer with a penchant for the landline.

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Teggies - 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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Brick Talks Comics: Local Gems.

In the second in his series of Nottingham and comics, John Stuart Clark, aka Brick, guides us to the gems on the contemporary scene

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