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.
Emma Butcher's haunting illustrations are part of what makes 'In Dark Places' so beautiful. Joana Varandas interviews Emma on her process.
This week sees the release of the latest novel from Falmouth lecturer Rupert Wallis
Danielle's article in Futures argues that gaming has a pretty big role to play in energy transitions.
Jodie Reed discusses the representations of childhood and knowledge in Henry James’s What Maisie Knew.
Honeysuckle reflects on what she's felt and learned in her first year away from home.
An experienced short story writer explains why this much-neglected form is incredibly valuable for emerging writers.
Gabby Willcocks interviews David, Jerome and Andy following their reading at the Landmark Trust Egyptian House during Penzance Litfest
Charlotte Bown takes us to a fantastical reality in Chapter One of her children’s book.
Vick’s YA novels are known to be dark and dramatic, gripping and heartbreaking; he is self-professedly “obsessed with the sea."
Amy shares ten things she wish she knew about preparing for uni.
Melissa Saryazdi explores the presentation of the female in Philip Pullman’s Northern Lights in reaction to C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Teige Maddison is a lover of the lyrical, the evocative, and the hard hitting. On this Open Mic selection, you'll hear Teige reading in his characteristic powerful style.
A recent graduate of English, Lol Candlin considers the last three years, well spent between the pages.
Alice Rooney discusses innocence, experience, and knowingness in Margaret Drabble’s The Millstone.
Highlighted as an emerging talent at the Penzance Lit Festival, Gee’s debut EP Syzygy is out now. Her follow-up EP Estivation is due for release Autumn 2017.
From 20 July to 25 August, Terre Verte Gallery in Launceston will exhibit Loydell's work along with those of three other artists on the theme Layers, Meditation & Memory.
Forming part of her dissertation this except is from the opening of Jodie Reed’s Novel which examines families.
Joana muses on the important relationship between writing, and the stuff we do to avoid it.
Janina and Ben explore the relationship between boundary and impulse in this piece inspired by Wyl Menmuir's In Dark Places.
To accompany Jenny's appearance at the Penzance Poetry Festival, Day Lilico interviews her about passions for history and travel, and her recent book Deeper than Indigo.
In this essay Maisie Prudames examines the potential of the epistolary form within J. M. Coetzee’s novel.
Apply now for a fully funded PhD studentship with Falmouth University in partnership with National Trust Publishing.
Ahead of his appearance on Friday at the Penzance Literary Festival, Gabby speaks to Cynan about his groundbreaking short novel, Cove.
Inspired by the National Trust’s challenge to kids aged 11/3/4 and under, we created our very own green provocation – but for millennials.
Marking his appearance at the Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival, Max speaks to Adam about his work and his most recent project with Palewell Press.
This novel is a nail-biting read, taking gothic elements and weaving them into a modern thriller, set in Cornwall.
Rufus Craze offers a taste of his Cornish-based novel; two chapters provided, to showcase the diverse power of his prose.
An internship at the Museum of Witchcraft finds Joana in a seemingly fated, somewhat magical, situation.
Adriana looks behind the curtain at Palace Printers, where In Dark Places is being printed.