Latest articles tagged with ‘Writing’

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No Princesses: Sky Mirror Writing Competition Winner

The winner of our Sky Mirror Writing Competition, ran n partnership with Nottingham Playhouse, is this wonderful short story from Lucy Campion.

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Sky Mirror Writing Competition: Under 16s winner

The judges of our Sky Mirror competition loved this touching story from Devesh, and duly awarded it the winner of the Under 16's category.

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Sky Mirror Writing Competition: Uh-oh

We recently ran a competition with Nottingham Playhouse for writers to be inspired by the iconic local landmark, Anish Kapoor's Sky Mirror. We...

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Call out: We're seeking an LGBTQ+ Artist of Colour Working in the Comics Medium

Seeking an LGBTQ+ Artist of Colour Working in the Comics Medium

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OPPORTUNITY: Get involved with Story Valley!

We are looking for teachers, language enthusiasts, creatives, and/or people who work with refugees and asylum seekers to get involved in our brand...

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(reflect/write) Creative Writing Competition

Celebrate the Sky Mirror's birthday with a chance to win some fantastic prizes

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Five Leaves Bookshop announces its ambitious online event programme

Five Leaves, Nottingham’s independent city centre bookshop, is 'delighted' to receive National Lottery funding from Arts Council England for its...

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New Evidence Suggests Nottingham Was The Birthplace Of Writing.

We've had to keep this under wraps for sometime, but now we can EXCLUSIVELY reveal why Nottingham isn't just good with words, it practically invented...

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World Poetry Day 2021: UNESCO Cities of Literature bring vibrancy and hope

For World Poetry Day 2021, twenty-three Cities of Literature are coming together to honour poets and celebrate one of humanity’s most treasured forms...

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Norma Charles, scribbler extraordinaire

An interview with Norma Charles, who has published her first book, Foley Crow: Friend or Foe?

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Drabble Rouser: Brian Mackinney and the Art of the Century

We meet a writer who changed his life when he came across a very particular form of writing..

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