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 thirty-seven years, and Alan Sillitoe
is back on the streets of Nottingham, where this all began.