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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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Lockdown Reading: David Belbin

Our chair, author David Belbin, tells us what he’s been reading during the lockdown.

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Slemani City of Literature Guest Post: Me/Literature as We!

As a part of our Building a Better World With Words project, our fellow City of Literature Slemani have gifted us a short piece of excellent writing...

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Life During Lockdown#1 Graham Caveney

Our new series where writers give their perspective on the lockdown:

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Coronavirus and Literature: What we can learn from Orwell.

In the first of three blogs, James Walker turns to literature to find out how we can build a better world with words during these testing times. In...

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Danica's Poetry

One of our Young Ambassadors has been writing poetry!

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Giorgia's Poetry

Young Ambassador Giorgia has been busy writing poetry! Her beautiful and introspective poetry tackles big themes including love, time and books.

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A Manifesto for Change

Our Young City of Literature Ambassadors tell us what THEY want.

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Strikingly Invisible by Henry Normal: Review by Emily Sanderson

Fantastic volunteer Emily Sanderson shares her perceptions on Henry Normal's recently released poetry collection, Strikingly Invisible.

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Poetry, Pereria, and a plastic kite

Dr Sarah Jackson from Nottingham Trent University recently travelled to Colombia, supported by Nottingham City of Literature, to check out two...

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