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Literary Locations #59: Nottingham's Lost Bookshops

Remembering some of our city centre’s lost bookshops.

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Verse Goes Viral

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week (18th-24th May) , we asked beeston's Middle Street Resource Centre's poetry group to tell us how they are coping...

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Building A Better World With Words #2: Granada

As part of our series asking other Cities of Literature how they are coping with the Covid19 crisis, we look to Granada in Southern Spain and how...

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MyBag Revisited.

To mark Foster Care Fortnight, we revisited a wonderful Notts charity, MyBag, which uses books to make newly fostered children feel more at home

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A Book Launch In The Time Of COVID-19

During the Covid 19 crisis the traditional book launch is impossible. So how does a virtual launch compare - is this the new normal?

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The Book of Hopes

A new collection of stories, poems, illustrations and essays has been put together to 'comfort, inspire and entertain' children under lockdown. We...

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Literary Locations #58: Beaconsfield Street, Hyson Green

This week’s literary location is the Association Of Caribbean Family & Friends (ACFF) Education and Culture Centre.

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Literary Locations #57: The ACNA Centre, St Ann's

The week’s literary location is the Afro-Caribbean National Artistic (ACNA) Centre, a venue associated with a number of writers that have made a...

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Literary Locations #56: Car Colston

Two doctors have made a huge contribution to the recording of our local history. One ended up with his skull being displayed in a shop window, the...

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