Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
The fifth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by English with Creative Writing undergrad Daniella Ferguson-Djaba.
Come join us on this new event from our Guest Speaker Series where Ben Smith will be reading from and discussing his debut novel, Doggerland, Wednesday 10th April at 7pm.
Daniella talks to FXU Presidential candidate for Community and Welfare, Allie Guy. Read more to find out about more about Allie and why she’s the right woman for the job!
In this evocative short story, Imogen Burberry takes us away to a port in the Isle of Skye.
Third-year student Alice Benham delves into some of the constructs surrounding love in the 21st century, and explores the ways that these ideals can be harmful to us.
To wrap up our Collaborative Project Series, we meet with the first team, the Pompeii Project, to learn more about the outcomes and experience of joining together to achieve a successful project.
In the second installment of our two poems series, Morag Smith shares poems and one of her sketches about angels.
Seren and Daniella review the launch of third-year collaborative project, The Wandering Heath. Congratulations to all those involved.
In this piece, Senior Lecturer and poet Rupert M Loydell remembers fellow poet and colleague, Peter Redgrove
You are invited to a public lecture with Xan Brooks our Writer in Residence on Woodlane campus, Wednesday 27th of February at 8pm.
Amy Lilwall sat down for a quick welcome chat with A. J. Dalton, sci-fi and fantasy author and new Lecturer in English and Creative Writing.
In the first installment of our two poems series, Alfred Coleman shares poems inspired by the view from his window in Falmouth.
In this beautiful short story, our 3rd year student Spencer B, recounts the different stages in which we come to terms with who we are and find our place in this world.
Jenny Parrott, Editor at Oneworld Publications, will be giving a talk on Wednesday 6th Feb on our Guest Speaker Series.
Love celebrates a century in this letter to Winnie.
Sherezade Garcia Rangel sat down for a quick welcome chat with Dr Jennifer Young, our new Head of Writing and Journalism.
Come be a part of the Cornish poetry scene in this spoken word even organised by one of our students, Isabella MacDonald.
MA student writer Evelyn Gascoyne introduces us to an intriguing detail Singaporean snack that takes her back to her childhood.
Amy Hardman, one of our 3rd year students, explores the relationship between academia and anxiety in this new piece.
In our series of 3rd year students’ collaborative project interviews, we talk to The Radio Faces about their recently broadcast Source FM Cornish Mythology series.
‘The story picks you, you don’t pick the story.’ Xan Brooks shares his tips on becoming a writer with the Falwriting team.
Student writer A. R. Darling investigates the importance of taking care of yourself in this creative interview with Graham Taylor; Adam Mckillop, Stephanie Robertson and Fiona Robertson.
Third year student Amy Hardman takes us through her five top characters from Victorian fiction.
First-year students, Sam and Eileen, lead us on a Coover-esque journey with their naughty take on a well known fairytale.
Charlotte Rayment, MA in Professional Writing graduate, shares her top ten tips and exercises for new writers looking to find their voice.
The fourth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by Professional Writing postgrad Alicia Davies.
Finding it tough deciding whether to be an award-winning poet or an internationally renowned film-director? Daniella Ferguson-Djaba explains why there’s no reason why you can’t have it all.
Rupert Loydell talks to Falmouth graduate and poet Anna Cathenka about her writing, what it means to go in depth into a subject for a range of poems and her two new books.
In this inspiring piece, English and Creative Writing student Maisie Prudames discusses women empowering women through writing.
In our series of 3rd year students’ collaborative project interviews, we talk to Good Things Never Are to learn more about their up and coming anthology.