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Writing is a broad church no doubt. So here’s our smorgasbord of books of the month, resources for writers, helpful tips and great ways of boosting your creativity.

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John Harvey's Body and Soul: review

After three post-retirement cases and a novel series spanning over a decade, John Harvey’s detective Frank Elder is back for one final case....

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A Trip To Jaipur: Guest Post By Sarah Sayeed

In January, In January, we sent Sarah Sayeed to visit the ZEE Jaipur Literary Festival, India, as the festival's writer in residence. She sent us...

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Finding Hugo: guest post from James Walker.

Literary heritage expert James Walker usually concerns himself with Lawrence and Sillitoe, but a recent trip across the Channel opened his eyes to...

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Law, War and The GrumbleGroar

Nottingham writers often defy easy pigeon-holing, so when it came to Rob Hann we decided to ask him to speak for himself and tell us what links...

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Blitz Spirit: We Meet Clare Harvey

Clare Harvey's novels have been wowing readers for the last few years and bring war-time Nottingham to vivid life. We meet her to find out more.

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Two Notts Books That Changed The World

Nottinghamshire has already punched above its weight internationally, but can we claim to have had a significant influence on the American...

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Queen of the Macabre: Catharine Arnold.

Crime, sex, and a fascination with the macabre: meet the Nottingham City Councillor and University Lecturer who also happens to be one of our most...

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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Notts Writers (but were afraid to ask).

Nottinghamshire, a county of writers and rebels: of voices lauded and lost. Exploring Nottinghamshire Writers by Rowena Edlin-White is the resource...

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Beings: Nottingham Goes Global

Nottingham has always been a global city, and an aspiring young publisher has decided to tell stories of others around the world. At a time it seems...

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