THESE SEVEN Nottingham writers cover a lot of ground. Shreya Sen Handley’s Indian family discovers something going on at the bottom of their garden, John Harvey visits his traditional world of crime with a story more domestic than usual, Alison Moore realises that a weekend away is not always idyllic, Paula Rawsthorne finds that being a child of a refugee brings its own problems and Megan Taylor spends time in the Market Square waiting on someone whose arrival might change her life. Meantime graphic novelist Brick imagines a Nottingham version of Simeon the Stylite, who lived on top of a pillar for 37 years, and Alan Sillitoe is back on the streets of Nottingham, where this all began.
Have you read THESE SEVEN Nottingham writers? There’s more to read from all of them, and there are more Nottingham writers out there. Many more. Get reading!
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