Posts tagged as "Lord Byron"

Literary Locations #78: Hucknall
Literary Locations #78: Hucknall
Hucknall, known as Hucknall Torkard until 1916, has a proud literary heritage spanning the past two ...
Read
Literary Locations #76: Southwell
Literary Locations #76: Southwell
Southwell, a town packed with literary heritage. ...
Read
Literary Locations #75: Newstead Abbey
Literary Locations #75: Newstead Abbey
Newstead Abbey, arguably the finest of Nottinghamshire’s literary locations....
Read
Literary Locations #72: Newark Market Place
Literary Locations #72: Newark Market Place
The historic market place in Newark-On-Trent, where Lord Byron first saw his poetry in print and Sir...
Read
Literary Locations #60: The New Foresters, St Ann’s Street
Literary Locations #60: The New Foresters, St Ann’s Street
Nottingham’s LGBT Writers & Writing – Part One (of 3)...
Read
World Book Day 2020
World Book Day 2020
It’s World Book Day so let’s celebrate some of the Notts literature that has shaped the world....
Read
…Lord Byron Preaching
…Lord Byron Preaching
On the eleventh day of (social justice) Christmas, my true love brought to me.... Lord Byron Preachi...
Read
Literary Locations #40: Annesley Hall
Literary Locations #40: Annesley Hall
“...once the abode of a prosperous old family but a blight and a sorrow have fallen here." William...
Read
Nottingham Transport, the literary lines
Nottingham Transport, the literary lines
Today we take a look at the literary giants who have had Nottingham transport named after them. ...
Read
Literary Locations #14: Long Row
Literary Locations #14: Long Row
Long Row, one of Nottingham’s oldest streets, is rich in literary history from the ‘grandfather...
Read
Ada Lovelace: King, Countess, Genius.
Ada Lovelace: King, Countess, Genius.
To mark Ada Lovelace Day (9th October) we asked playwright Emily Holyoake to tell us why Lovelace wa...
Read
20th Century Notts: 1936-1938
20th Century Notts: 1936-1938
Graham Greene's time in Nottingham bears fruit. Meanwhile, people in Hucknall clap eyes on Byron's r...
Read
20th Century Notts: 1924-1926
20th Century Notts: 1924-1926
With Lawrence away we reach the mid-1920s, just as Graham Greene and Dorothy Whipple come to town. ...
Read
Literary Locations #1: Byron’s House, Nottingham
Literary Locations #1: Byron’s House, Nottingham
In the first in a regular series, we find the odd nooks and crannies around Notts that ooze literary...
Read