Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
In the eight installment of our two poems series, third year English and Creative Writing student and poet Louis James takes us to a world where humans and dandelions are slightly closer.
In this market report, 3rd year English and Creative Writing student Maisie Prudames, investigates serialised fiction and its current relevance.
The thirteenth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by Creative Writing students Eileen Walden and Samuel Tempest.
In the third installment of our Woodlane Windows series, Rupert Loydell responds to the work of Fine Art students and artists Leanne Ingram & Nelida Taque Nanque.
Third year student, Gemma Oxley, discusses the virtues and downfalls of screen adaptations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Predujice.
To get to know our first years, we decided to ask them eleven questions from the famous Proust Questionnaire. First year English student Cherie Woodhouse, shares her answers in this second installment of the series.
In this interview, 3rd year student Max Colbourne talks to Illustration student Padraig Campbell about his collaboration with our students and his work.
In this market report, 3rd year English student Dominic Smyth, investigates climate fiction.
In this piece, MA in Professional Writing student Geraldine Hamblin-Deere, explores a timely escape from a remote island. Content warning: this story contains some graphic and upsetting scenes including references to sexual violence and abuse within the context of pregnancy.
The twelfth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by third year English and Creative Writing student, Gemma Oxley.
Photos, quotes, advice and notes from our night of glitz and glamour.
In the second installment of our series of MA student interviews, Alica Davies and Nicky Van Der Bij share their stories about life as undergraduates.
We caught up with author and one of our very own lecturers, Wyl Menmuir, to talk about his Walking Stories residency in the Isles of Scilly.
Come join us for graduate readings, documentary screenings, workshops and exhibitions on May 22–29.
To get to know our first years, we decided to ask them eleven questions from the famous Proust Questionnaire. First year English student Niamh Hitchmough shares her answers in this first installment of the series.
The eleventh letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by English and Creative Writing student Amber Martin.
In this insightful piece, Daniella Ferguson-Djaba, third-year English and Creative Writing student, explore the success of independent BAME publisher Knights Of and their bookshop Round Table Books.
Abigail Martin, third-year student of English and Creative Writing, shares her experience as an active member of Twitter’s writing community.
Gemma Oxley, third year English and Creative Writing student, discusses Gail Honeyman’s extraordinary novel Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and how it has influenced her life.
In the seventh installment of our two poems series, first year student Jess Henshall draws us to dark nights where unspoken destruction provides nesting grounds for rooks.
We caught up with senior lecturer and MA in Writing for Script and Screen coordinator, John Finnegan, to discuss his role as the lead of collaborative podcast The Script Department.
This haunting piece by Creative Writing and Journalism student, Thomas Velterop, won our 2nd Year Fiction competition.
The tenth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by our very own Luke Thompson.
Top 30 unmissable tips from the post-ironic writer’s manifesto by The Japanese Scouser.
In the sixth installment of our two poems series, Luke Thompson takes us to an intricate world of small movements and waggling fingers.
In this piece, third-year English with Creative Writing student, Taylor Everitt shares her passion for Rupi Kaur’s poetry and where it began.
In this piece, third year students Seren Livie and Hannah Cartwright share with us their 8 top tips from their experience at the London Book Fair 2019.
Harry Webster presents a summary of Xan Brooks’ residency with comments from the students who were lucky enough to be part of his workshop.
In this piece first-year student and journalist Cherrie Woodhouse tells us about her experience learning and writing in shorthand and the continuing importance of this skill.
The ninth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by Creative Writing undergrad and Nest Podcast producer, Alex Horn.