The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness: Graham Caveney in conversation with Deirdre O’Byrne

The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness: Graham Caveney in conversation with Deirdre O’Byrne On the snowy evening of Wednesday 28 Feb, at Middle Street Resource Centre, Beeston residents were treated to a talk and exploration of Graham Caveney’s book The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness. His book, described as ‘a memoir of adolescence’ is a powerful...

Sojo Publishing Mouse

Sojo Publishing Mouse There’s a new publisher in town. They’re called Sojo Publishing Mouse, and they are a children’s publisher who are throwing the publishing rule book out of the window, and are seeking the best stories around. Here’s theirs… Helen Goodbarton and Sophie Johnson-Hill are...

Women, War and Writing

Women, War and Writing A catch up with local author Clare Harvey… I met local author Clare Harvey and her black Alsatian-cross Jake in Froth, which is part of the aptly named Creative Corner in Chilwell. I’d met Clare quite by chance at the re-opening of Beeston’s library in...

Interview with Graham Caveney

Graham Caveney is an author who, up until now, has written books about other people. He wrote the biographies of two great writers, Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs. But having put time, effort and research into the lives of others, he finally got round to writing...

Secret Beeston: book available now!

Secret Beeston: book available now! New Book Available From August 2017 Secret Beeston by Frank E Earp and Joseph Earp “The Nottinghamshire town of Beeston as we know it today began life as an Anglo-Saxon settlement close to the banks of the River Trent. By the late eighteenth century the town had...

Stephan Collishaw: Interview

Stephan Collishaw: Interview We caught up with Stephan to find out about his latest novel and how Beeston played a role in his writing career… If you’d have told a young Stephan Collishaw that one day he would be a published author he probably wouldn’t have believed you. Yet his third novel...