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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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“Paralysed by Freedom” Graham Caveney’s ‘On Agoraphobia’

The Beeston author’s astonishing new book on a much misunderstood condition.

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Death in the Family. A new Bone and Cane Novel from David Belbin.

Death in the Family. Our founding chair, David Belbin, on why he's holding the launch for his new Nottingham novel at Basford Library on the 2nd of...

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the other side of hope: journeys in refugee and immigrant literature

How can literature provide a community and haven for the voices of refugee and immigrant writers? We hear from Rubina Bala, fiction editor at ‘the...

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Coal in the Blood: David Amos and Natalie Braber Tell Us About Their New Anthology

David Amos and Natalie Braber tell us about their new anthology: 'Coal in the Blood: An East Midlands Coal Mining Anthology', a collection of...

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From Nairobi to Nottingham: the story of Ken Kamoche

Ken Kamoche's new book 'Black Ghosts' is a brilliant story of displacement, diaspora and finding a place in a globalised world. Here, he tells us his...

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‘If I can’t write then I’m not going to be real’: Poet Neal Pike Reflects on His Career and Identity as a Writer

When the world is forever trying to force you into a box, how does a writer with a disability shape and identify their work and profession? Neal Pike...

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“My Mother Wasn’t Good”: Helen Naylor’s Incredible Debut

A newly released memoir from the pen of a Stapleford writer is whipping up a media storm since its release last week. Meet Helen Naylor, and her...

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The Law In Your Hands?

The law is a confusing mess that no layperson can navigate without years of training, right? Wrong. As a young Nottingham barrister / writer proves...

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