Stories from the English & Writing community at the premier arts university in the UK.
In the first of a series of pieces on our 2017-18 Writer in Residence, Seren and Melissa paint us a picture of her life and work.
Rachael Tierney interrogates the value of creative platform Patreon for emerging writers.
Lydia Hounat comes across a poem which resonates strongly with the conversation in her Algerian grandmother's kitchen.
Small Creations, Big Audiences was a workshop and lecture series run by Phil Parker at Falmouth University on Tuesday, the 26th of September.
Joana sits down with the poet and creator of Sweetshop of Words.
Jodie makes some recommendations to fill your post-graduation literary void.
Jordan Stevens's dissertation on The Great Gatsby got a first. Here's how she wrote it, while keeping dissertation anxiety at bay.
PhD student Adam Russell gives an overview of his research on videogame narrative, and a side-angle view into the life of a PhD student at Falmouth.
Gabby reviews graduate-run Penryn Press's most recent publication, Colour In Cornwall.
Danielle explores how discourses of play and resistance intertwine to create immersive experiences in the contemporary Irish novel.
Abigail takes on one of the biggest questions for writers: do deadlines make us better, or worse?
Senior Lecturer Rupert Loydell has a new sequence of paintings published in After the Pause: Fall 2017
Poet and translator George Szirtes, one of the most highly acclaimed poets of his generation, will be speaking to our students on 26th October.
Last year we received a lot of excellent feedback from our various cohorts on how we can make our courses better. We put it into action; here's the outcome.
Melissa considers Virginia Woolf's time in Cornwall and the ways in which the landscape inspired her writing
Áine Casey reviews the latest novel from Emily Barr, who was our Writer in Residence 2016
In the first of our Industry Focus series MA student Holly Challinor explains photography in publishing and some facts about copyright everyone should know
Floating Urban Slime / Sublime is a contemporary cultural project that aims to create a cross-genre experiment in both online and physical space.
Your lecturer reveals what she was really like as an English student.
PhD researcher Valerie Diggle discusses her work on deep mapping and our relationship to the past.
In this startlingly gentle sequence, graduate Kieran McGuigan’s soft delivery and experiments with sound and structure will leave you wondering what just happened, and if it can please happen again.
Senior Lecturer Rupert Loydell has a new short sequence of poems, A 'Circle of Mirrors' published in The Licentiam: Erotic Literary Experimentalism.
Falmouth English & Creative Writing invites you to a lecture and exclusive workshop with Phil Parker, international screenwriting guru and author of 'The Art and Science of Screenwriting.'
Come learn how a book festival works, build production skills, and rub elbows with some of the most interesting writers in the UK.
To conclude the summer selections, here are three poems from Jonathan Parsonage’s stunning collection.
MA student Holly Challinor highlights ways to show off your skills to prospective employers.
To assist our worthy and interested graduates in pursuing postgraduate studies, literary jobs and other cool post-graduation stuff, we’ve organised a space to let you know about opportunities
Falmouth English and Creative Writing is delighted to announce the publication of In Dark Places, Falmouth’s first collaborative publishing venture with National Trust Publishing.