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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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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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Rowan Perry
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From Epyllions to Coronapoems: How ‘Creativity in Crisis’ is a Phenomenon that Spans the Ages

Rowan is an English student at the University of Nottingham with a passion for all things Renaissance and Early Modern. She has a keen interest in...

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Squid Squad: A Novel - Review by Sue Dymoke

Nottingham poet and educator Sue Dymoke shares with us her thoughts on the latest publication from author and poet Matthew Welton, Squid Squad: A...

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Melbourne During Coronavirus: a bookseller's perspective

What's it been like on the other hemisphere during lockdown?

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Life During Lockdown #10: Brick

In the final instalment of our series we have someone who reacted to the crisis by grabbing pen and ink...

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Life during Lockdown #9 – Panya Banjoko

In a brilliant piece of writing, Panya Banjoko explains the complexities of her life during lockdown

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Julie Gardner
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A Personal Take on Lockdown

Local writer Julie Gardner sent us this beautiful piece of writing about lockdown.

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