Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
Patrick Gale's BBC project charts the very different challenges to happiness for gay men during World War II and in the present day.
The awards are presented by The Wordsworth Trust and The British Library, with this year's panel praising illustrator Ferraby's bold, archaeology-influenced images.
A seemingly innocent group of twelve-year-olds turn into savage hunters, like their primitive ancestors, seeing each other as prey when the order collapses, and making a quiet island into a place of bloody murder.
Mark investigates how literary awards help new writers
Ruth Heholt, Senior Lecturer in English, reveals her experiences as a student
The narrative is a brilliant execution of technique that – at the author's will – can either guide you closely or entirely disorientate as if you were facing the cold rock yourself.
Falmouth students share their experience of Alice Oswald's Writer in Residence workshops
Falmouth Writing Graduate Aaron Kent is one of the finalists in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award
MA graduate Stuart Wakefield interviews Roz Morris and Victoria Mixon, two leading Independent Editors
Hannah won an award for her research examining how writers can use and adapt dramatic techniques to deliver narrative affect and player agency in video games.
Winter is unpredictable and unavoidable, terrifying and beautiful – so how does it impact the stories we hear and tell?
Jodie considers an age-old question: should you wait to see the film until after you've read the book?
Holly King reviews the latest novel from Falmouth Lecturer Meredith Miller
One of the big expectations of university is to be having the time of your life. But what happens when you stop enjoying yourself?
Holly explores the writer's relationship with one of her most intimate possessions.
Leading an interdisciplinary team, third year student Ellen Carnazza produces her play Whodunnit? as part of the iconic Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Falmouth MA graduate Jane Tingle looks at some of the ways publishers and agents are using the internet to find new talent
In lieu of the interview questions, I'm going to use a list to paint a picture of my student days, instead. This may or may not be useful to you. Here goes.
Last summer Wilhelmina Denness earned a coveted support slot on Neil Hilborn's UK Tour. Here's what it was like.
Clare explores the work and public figure of Matt Haig, our former Writer in Residence and author of How to Stop Time.
How the book you hate can become the book you love most.
Next year sees two new publications from Meredith Miller, lecturer and Course Coordinator for the MA in Professional Writing.
MA graduate Matt Borne investigates the new wave in UK Nature Writing
English and Writing at Falmouth are delighted to announce a new creative collaboration with National Maritime Museum Cornwall (NMMC)
Cathy Rentzenbrink is the author of The Last Act of Love and A Manual for Heartache.
Graduate Lizzie Woodbridge shares some shortcuts and helpful hints.
Gabby visits Falmouth's Nick Darke Archive to learn more about the playwright.
Novelist Benjamin G. Wilson writes about the uneasy relationship he has with discussing sexual violence in his writing.