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Lists. Fun stuff. Nottingham Word of the Week. When you need to keep it short and sweet, here’s bite-sized content you can read on the go.

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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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Life In Lines: Ross Bradshaw on Elaine Feinstein's "Allegiance"

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets Ross Bradshaw

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Life In Lines: What is YOUR favourite poem?

Today is the launch of the poetry festival, and to mark it Nottingham City of Literature have teamed up with Jenny Swann to bring you a highly,...

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Literary Locations #24: Nottingham Girls' High School

Nottingham Girls’ High School has had quite an impact on our contribution to literature, and it’s this week’s literary location.

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Literary Locations #23: Theatre Royal

This week’s location, The Theatre Royal, has been a Nottingham landmark since 1865, and it has many a literary link. Here are a few of them.

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Women, Sport and a Call to Action.

Nottingham's Women's Center Library is doing great things right now, and want you to join in. Read on to find out why...

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What Our Young Ambassadors Have Already Taught Us

Our Young Ambassadors Programme is up and running, and as our programme manager Jim Hall tells us, we're already making great steps together.

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