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Finding Her Voice: Cleo Asabre-Holt on Libraries: #NottsLit5

Poet Cleo Asabre-Holt found her voice in Nottingham. In this piece she explains why libraries welcomed her to a new city

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Literary Locations #84: 68 Bridgford Road, West Bridgford

This week, a man for all genres and some celebrity cricket.

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Literary Locations #83: Broxtowe Hall

Broxtowe’s literary legacy spans the globe, boasting the first person to write a defence of universal religious freedom in English.

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Writer-In-Residence in South Korea #5: From Coast to Coast

In our latest blog from our roving Writer in Residence Rory Waterman, he travels across Korea's peninsular and samples an unusual yet tasty treat

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Literary Locations #82: Rufford Abbey

The secret world of Rufford Abbey.

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Writer-in-Residence in South Korea #4: Meeting the Trumpists

Now deep into his residency in fellow UNESCO City of Literature, Bucheon, Notts poet and writer Rory Waterman finds views on the North..and further...

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Literary Locations #81: The Old Library, Edwinstowe

This week we visit the Old Library in Edwinstowe and celebrate Christopher Thomson.

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The Knowledge
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Building a Better World through Comics

From the Sillitoe Trail to Dawn of the Unread, James Walker’s digital projects always have a strong focus on Nottingham’s literary heritage. But for...

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Literary Locations #80: Thrumpton Hall

The small village of Thrumpton, originally called Turmodeston, is known for its grand English country house on the south bank of the Trent. This...

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