Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
Enter our inaugural 500-words Ghost Stories contest. Judged by Ruth Heholt, Sherezade Garcia Rangel and Chelsey Flood, this contest is open to current students and alumni. Deadline 25th October.
We hereby declare this Lighthouse open! The Falwriting team takes us through the September Lighthouse Launch events.
In this report, Josie Heaton examines the epistolary novel, its literary sentimentalism and its current place in the contemporary writing market.
‘The Green Line’ one of our 3rd years Collaborative Projects, is looking for short 50-word creative or critical pitches for a special FalWriting series on your personal experiences with climate change.
Genius or nonsense? Check out Check out the fifth installment of this collaboration piece written (very quickly) by seven writers.
Ray Slater Berry, published novelist and Falmouth alumnus, reflects on his publication pathway and his experience as a Creative Writing student at Falmouth University.
You are invited to the launch of Savage Lovely Cornish Homes by Xan Brooks next Wednesday 2nd October at The Falmouth Art Gallery.
In this piece which commemorates the end of Nest’s first run, Sam Tempest gathered the voices of those involved in this collaborative epistolary project.
In this report, Amber Patterson takes an in-depth look at feminist science fiction and its position in the contemporary writing market.
We are very happy to invite our alumni to join us in a networking event on Wednesday 25 September from to launch our writer’s space, the Lighthouse.
Genius or nonsense? Check out Check out the fourth installment of this collaboration piece written (very quickly) by seven writers.
Grace Holden, one of our second years, reflects on her experience as a first year Creative Writing student at Falmouth University
In this moving and heartwarming Goodbye Letter, alumna Honeysuckle Troubridge reflects on her experience of studying and living in Falmouth.
Niamh Hitchmough, second year English student, shares her experience and tips about preparing to go study abroad.
FalWriting’s Student Editor-in-chief, Cherie Woodhouse, takes us on a Cornish journey with Virginia Woolf.
In the tenth installment of our two poems series, first year Creative Writing student Dylan Dawson takes us to where the winder and hope may be.
Recent graduate Alice continues the ‘Goodbye Falmouth’ letter series as she looks back on her university experience and everything she has learnt.
Genius or nonsense? Check out the third installment of this collaboration written (very quickly) by seven writers.
Alumna Daniella Ferguson-Djaba shares the transformative experience of writing her dissertation.
In this insightful piece, first year Creative Writing student Will Kevern describes how he found his place in Falmouth University as an undegraduate student.
In this market report, 3rd year English and Creative Writing student Hannah Cartwright, investigates self-help books and their success in the current market.
Inspired by Celtic Mythology, Creative Writing student Samuel Tempest tells the tale of a fallen warrior meeting his Gods.
In the ninth installment of our two poems series, third year English and Creative Writing alumna Adriana Ciontea illustrates an intimate world of reflection that draws in the body.
Part two of this MA collaborative story. Check out this piece written collaboratively (and very quickly) by seven writers and decide, genius or nonsense?
Writer and lecturer, Sherezade Garcia Rangel, tells us about her 2019 Reading Challenge.
In the fourth installment of our series of MA student interviews, Evelyn Gascoyne interviews Nicola Wheeler about her life as an undergraduate in the 80s.
A message from our staff to all our 2019 graduates.
First year English with Creative Writing student Trilby Morgan, shares her experience of the Penzance Literary Festival.
In this evocative piece, 3rd year graduate and our Student Editor-in-chief, writes her letter of goodbye to us at Falmouth.
In this reflective piece, first year Creative Writing student Sam Goward describes how he overcame the “clever people” hang-up that first kept him away from uni.