Lord Byron, D.H. Lawrence, and Alan Sillitoe loom large over Nottingham’s literary landscape. Why is Book Prize winner Stanley Middleton not among them?
What is the true value of music? Cyrus Bozorgmehr considers this question in his wild retelling of the story of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin; the Wu-Tang Clan's single-copy album project.
With tempers frayed and friendships tested following the Brexit referendum, it's easy to lose sight of what it means to be British at all.
This Is England and A Room for Romeo Brass compassionately articulate the theme of accelerated childhood that pervades so much of Meadows’ work.