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Writing is a broad church. So here’s our eclectic overview of books of the month, resources for writers, helpful tips and great ways of boosting your creativity.

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Black History Month Poetry From Museumand

To celebrate Black History Month, Museumand has shared with us two poignant and powerful poems written by Winston Lindsay.

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Resilience and Innovation in School Libraries

Carol Williams has been researching the impact of Covid-19 on school libraries, and how libraries have responded with resilience over the past six...

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Nucol Letters Of Solidarity
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What Solidarity Means To Me: The City of Literature Team

We were delighted to launch our new campaign Letters of Solidarity this summer. But what does ‘solidarity’ mean? It’s associated with trade unions...

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What Solidarity Means to Me: Ioney Smallhorne

Ioney is a writer, poet, film maker and educator who will lead the third virtual workshop of the Letters of Solidarity project on the 12th of...

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Starting Your Writing Journey

Taking your first steps into the world of writing can be tough, especially if publishing houses seem impenetrable and you don’t know anyone in the...

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What Solidarity Means to Me: Panya Banjoko

Panya Banjoko shares a story about an experience where it was important to show solidarity.

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What Solidarity Means to Me: Eve Makis

Eve Makis tells us what the word 'solidarity' means to her.

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Words of Wisdom: The Making of a Collaborative Poem

Poet Panya Banjoko writes about her experience writing a commissioned collaborative poem for the 'Words of Wisdom' project, a project from City Arts...

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Crossed Lines Calling Across Borders: Dial-A-Poem

The Critical Poetics Research Group announces the launch of two initiatives coming out of the Crossed Lines project, building on their work with the...

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