Small Creations, Big Audiences was a workshop and lecture series run by Phil Parker at Falmouth University on Tuesday, the 26th of September.
Vick’s YA novels are known to be dark and dramatic, gripping and heartbreaking; he is self-professedly “obsessed with the sea."
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.
Marking his appearance at the Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival, Max speaks to Adam about his work and his most recent project with Palewell Press.
On May 18th, we held our annual Third Year Summer Awards Dinner, celebrating our graduating students' amazing achievements this year.
First year Dominic Smyth reviews Falmouth's longest running storytelling night, with nautical-themed stories and poetry.
In Orkney, our Head of Subject is directing the Deep Time Festival, merging geology, paleoecology, natural history, poetry & storytelling.
This week we hosted the inaugural Debate/Create workshop on the theme of Homelessness, with students from local schools.
Lecturer Luke Thompson is giving a reading on Wednesday, as part of a project with Plymouth Marine Lab, integrating the poetic and the marine.