Our English and Creative Writing students have been experimenting with DIY and punk publishing with some colourful results.
Since leaving our cozy-but-challenging intellectual nest, Seren Adams has gone on to work for Granta and United Agents.
"We all like to get lost in a book"--sometimes, very very lost. Danielle goes on the radio and beneath the surface of Belfast.
Lecturer Luke Thompson is giving a reading on Wednesday, as part of a project with Plymouth Marine Lab, integrating the poetic and the marine.
Aaron has recently signed a two-book poetry deal with Eyewear Books. Tertiary Colours: A Post-Traumatic Verse will be released later this year.
A student of Creative Writing reflects on the path it took to get here.
On Thursday evening, Vahni will be reading from her collections Simple Complex Shapes and Measures of Expatriation, as well as talking about her latest project, Some Things.
Dr Ruth Heholt delivers a paper on Victorian male ghost bodies to the Men and Masculinities Research Network.
CLA recently produced the Imagine Nations report to examine and better understand the value that arts education has in society.
This essay breaks down processes of interaction, participation and creation, to address fundamental questions of authorship in the (post)digital era. (VIEW Journal)
First year creative writer Adriana Ciontea sits down with our Writer in Residence for a heart-to-heart.
Hey, want to get an MA in Screenwriting, mostly using a screen? We've got this.
This year's Nick Darke Award for aspiring writers, co-hosted by Falmouth University, is now open for entries.
The National Trust are making a first foray into student publishing with help from our talented students.
Second year student Ben Wilson shortlisted for Penguin Random House mentorship.
Read work from the latest issue of WiTH a publication by English and Writing students here at Falmouth.
Falmouth Lecturer and YA author Rupert Wallis reflects on what it really means to be a writer.
Our Writer in Residence speaking on what he knows best: the role of fiction in revealing truth.
Our third year trip to Project Eden: creative leadership, caveman communities & experimentation with the written word.
The Sea Post press is seeking out talent for the upcoming third year anthology.
Some of our first years will be published on the blog Zeitgeist Spam, run by American author and editor John Bloomberg-Rissman.
Wyl Menuir takes students to Godrevy lighthouse to develop & create, where the muses are seals.
Our first year Creative Writing students experiment with writing through, back and over text, with some stunning results.
Third year student Charlie Hedditch on Eliot's Modernist masterpiece The Waste Land & Cormac McCarthy's 2006 bestseller The Road.
CFP for critical & creative submissions on sound in the horror genre, across media.
This new collection of essays explores the hauntedness of created landscapes, from Victorian times to the present. (Rowman & Littlefield)