Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
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.
Seren explores the role of content warnings in books.
The third letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by English undergrad Honeysuckle Troubridge.
MA student Nicky Van Der Bij combines love and kleptomania in this beautifully detailed character portrait.
Hannah talks about her experience at this year’s South West Outdoors Festival, for the launch of Holly Corfield Carr’s Subsong.
This time we catch up with the National Trust Project to find out more about being involved in the publishing of Subsong by Holly Corfield Carr.
Katniss Everdeen, Harry Potter, Starr Carter…
Here are Yage’s top five contemporary fiction characters. Who are yours? Maybe you share a few?
Amy discusses some of the things that help her get through deadline season, without too much stress.
Daniella, our 3rd year student and Falwriting’s student Editor, explores what British Literature means in the context of multiple voices from diaspora communities.
On this new interview in our series of 3rd year students’ collaborative projects, we talk to ‘Don’t Drink and Dive’ to learn more about their campaign.
The second letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by English undergrad Amy Hardman.
You are invited to a talk by Alan Hook on 'Designing Empathy: Understanding Non-Human Animals', on Wednesday 12th December 2018, 5pm–7pm in The Lighthouse. Free tickets can be booked here.
Joe Bagshaw explores what it means to write from Cornwall and how the southern county has influenced his writing.
Next in our series of 3rd year students’ collaborative projects, this time we talk to Sleepeeps for a closer look at everything sleep!
Join us on our inaugural session of the new International Short Story Book Club where we will discuss Ken Liu’s The Paper Menagerie on Wednesday 5th of December in The Lighthouse at 2:00pm.
Daniella talks about the launch of ‘Subsong’ at the National Trust’s South West Outdoors Festival.
MA Professional Writing student Alicia Davies shares a touching tale of friendship in this second-person future tense experiment.
Next in our series of 3rd year students’ collaborative projects, this time we talk to For Book’s Sake about literary pet-peeves and everything podcast.