Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
Our Rupert Loydell talks to Falmouth graduate and poet Sarah Cave about her writing, her background on philosophy and her research.
Are writers always writing about themselves—and if so, how should critics handle it?
Tons of people are reading romance novels, including men. So why is everyone keeping it a secret?
Charlotte Rayment talks to Falmouth graduate Kate Williams about her work experience in the publishing industry, her current role as a Research & Content Writer and her tips for writing compelling content.
On how it took Amy FIVE YEARS from the first draft & edit The Biggerers, and why that process was so rewarding.
Join Falwriting! We’re recruting writers, social media managers, photographers, illustrators, artists, producers, dragons… student and alumni welcomed!
Amy Lilwall’s debut novel about little people that have been designed and created by humans — to keep as pets — is fascinating and completely absorbing.
Recent graduate Julia Byrne reflects on her experiences as a mature student at Falmouth University
Creative Writing Undergrad Dominic Smyth shares his summer experiences of living and working in a bookshop in Madrid
Students from all years in Falmouth’s English and Creative Writing cohorts are invited to attend The Grammarsow Poetry Reading on Saturday 15th September
Some books can literally change how you feel. This is one of them.
Alumni Aaron Kent talks to Rupert Loydell about setting up and running Broken Sleep Books
Students from all years in Falmouth’s English and Creative Writing cohorts are invited to attend the North Cornwall Book Festival, on 6 and 7 October in St Endellion, north Cornwall.
Seren explores the ups and downs of female sexuality in English literature.
Julia on the actual value of an MA in Professional Writing.
Melissa on the difficulties with separating the artist from the work, especially in the digital age.
Carly on the importance of women mentoring women, and how to find the right mentor.
It’s no surprise that a past rich with swashbuckling pirates and daring smugglers has resulted in a lot of nautical themed supernatural incidences in the south of England…
Is there any truth to the stereotype of the mad writer?
Seren's novel selections, perfect for long, lazy days in the sun.
On how the author of classics including Jude the Obscure and Far from the Madding Crowd began his own love story in Cornwall.
Yagmur on her first year at Falmouth, and the transition into university life.
Senior Lecturer Tom Scott recalls his life as a student at Oxford.
On 17th May our third year students gathered to celebrate their achievements at the 2018 English & Writing Awards. Here is a gallery of the glittering evening’s events!
A dystopian dark comedy exploring what happens when pets discover they’re people.
A 10 Things I Hate About You- Inspired poem. Maybe there is something we could learn from the 45th President of the United States. Anything is possible, right?
Charlotte Rayment looks back through her personal history with Tremough, past her MA, past her BA, all the way back to her days learning to swim in the pool that’s now buried beneath the Media Centre.
The coastal life is the good life, especially if you're a bookworm--making Cornwall the perfect summer reading spot. Wherever you might be, here's a list of perfect reads to set the summer mood.
Studies suggest a decline in fiction reading. Social media is taking the blame. Can writers reclaim their readership through Twitter?
Seren explores the inextricable links between Writer-in-Residence Alice Oswald's poetic worlds, and our changing one.