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James Nash & Paul Chatterton: Leeds Lit Fest Light Lunch

Leeds Lit Fest brings you a conversation between two of the city's most vibrant thinkers.

James Nash is a writer, poet and teacher based in Leeds, and has an extensive career across a range of literary projects. In this lunchtime conversation, James will discuss new work by Paul Chatterton, in particular, Paul's book Unlocking Sustainable Cities - A Manifesto for real change.

The talk is supported by Leeds Inspired.

Paul Chatterton

Paul Chatterton is a writer, researcher and campaigner. He is Professor of Urban Futures in the School of Geography. He is currently Director of the University's Sustainable Cities Group which has launched the ground breaking MSc Sustainable Cities. Paul is also co-founder and resident of the award winning low impact housing co-operative Lilac. He has gone forward to help set up Leeds Commuity Homes to help promote community-led housing.

His recent books include Low Impact Living (Routledge) (20% off with code DC361) and Unlocking Sustainable Cities with Pluto Press. (see book website @ He is also co-founder of the public charity 'Antipode' dedicated to research and scholarship in radical geography and an associate editor of the journal 'City'.

University link;

Book: Unlocking Sustainable Cities;

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