When I talked to friends on other courses I always felt like mine was a bit exciting and fresh ... I’m writing fiction full time now, which is what I’ve always wanted to do.
In tandem with her short story, ‘The House by The Sea’, Alice explores the Construction of a Feminine Presence in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’
Falmouth has been ranked Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework, and #9 overall out of 134 universities across the UK.
Amy reaches out to the literary tastemaker Dovegreyreader -- and gets an interesting response.
The BAFTA-shortlisted screenwriter tells of the skills, insight and life experience that help her turn books into feature films.
An extract from Alice West's short story, of sea-salt, siren song, and the Cornish sea.
Eleanor Yates recalls a time when she was living in Glasgow's west end surrounded by a narrative she didn't realise was there.
Editing, even for the experienced writer, can make you hate everything. Gabby Willcocks has devised a survival guide that will help.
Debut novel by lecturer Meredith Miller, a story of girls growing up in 1970s Long Island, will be out on 13 June.
On May 18th, we held our annual Third Year Summer Awards Dinner, celebrating our graduating students' amazing achievements this year.
Third year Kate was selected for our Outstanding Industry Collaborator award for 2016-17.
Danielle interviews Duncan about Harris's poetry and his mysterious disappearance.
Screenwriting lecturer Eleanor Yule's 2015 documentary Michael Palin's Quest for Artemesia is, for a short time, available on BBC iPlayer.
First year Creative Writing student Joana Varandas has published another quirky and exciting tribute to Cornish culture.
Third year James Kaffenberger talks about the companionship he found on a walk from Falmouth along the Cornish coastal path back to his home in Brighton.
Gabby reflects on how the dramatic landscapes and seascapes of Cornwall shape our writing.
Third year Lydia Hounat's latest photographic project explores the vulnerability of humans living and working in Falmouth.
Dr Ruth Heholt has edited a special issue of Contemporary Women’s Writing Journal on Ruth Rendell along with Dr Fiona Peters (Bath Spa) and Professor Gina Wisker (Brighton)
Fresher Joana Varandas gets a publishing deal for the first ever Cornish language comic book.
Wondering what getting published is really all about? Our lecturers weigh in.
The Aesthetica Magazine Creative Writing Award is open for entries, celebrating excellence in poetry & short fiction.
Lecturer Rupert Loydell's newest book of poems Dear Mary takes on the intersections of poetry, art and life.
Abigail reflects on what she's learned in the first year of her degree, about writing and herself.
First year Dominic Smyth reviews Falmouth's longest running storytelling night, with nautical-themed stories and poetry.
In Orkney, our Head of Subject is directing the Deep Time Festival, merging geology, paleoecology, natural history, poetry & storytelling.
Getting bored yet? Lucky for you, there are a lot of free readerly & writerly resources to keep your mind happy this summer.
Associate Prof Jerome Fletcher kicks off our Uncanny Readings series with this new podcast. The series explores the relationship between place, memory and reading.
What does a wander around our campus look like? MA student Holly Challinor takes a stroll and uncovers a few hidden gems.
A first year creative writing student reflects on the anxiety, and the community, of writing.
Lecturer and documentary filmmaker Eleanor Yule talks Moomins, frog jumpers, and the problem with fame.
Third year Kate Williams is bridging elegantly from creative writing to marketing (which, it turns out, have a lot in common).