Stories from the English & Writing community at Falmouth University.
Leading an interdisciplinary team, third year student Ellen Carnazza produces her play Whodunnit? as part of the iconic Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Falmouth MA graduate Jane Tingle looks at some of the ways publishers and agents are using the internet to find new talent
In lieu of the interview questions, I'm going to use a list to paint a picture of my student days, instead. This may or may not be useful to you. Here goes.
Last summer Wilhelmina Denness earned a coveted support slot on Neil Hilborn's UK Tour. Here's what it was like.
Clare explores the work and public figure of Matt Haig, our former Writer in Residence and author of How to Stop Time.
How the book you hate can become the book you love most.
Next year sees two new publications from Meredith Miller, lecturer and Course Coordinator for the MA in Professional Writing.
MA graduate Matt Borne investigates the new wave in UK Nature Writing
English and Writing at Falmouth are delighted to announce a new creative collaboration with National Maritime Museum Cornwall (NMMC)
Cathy Rentzenbrink is the author of The Last Act of Love and A Manual for Heartache.
Graduate Lizzie Woodbridge shares some shortcuts and helpful hints.
Gabby visits Falmouth's Nick Darke Archive to learn more about the playwright.
Novelist Benjamin G. Wilson writes about the uneasy relationship he has with discussing sexual violence in his writing.
Anna Kiernan has a chapter coming out, exploring the changing nature of literary criticism in the digital age.
Dom Smyth reviews Falmouth Lecturer Luke Thompson's biography of Jack Clemo
MA student Charlotte Rayment interviews Luke Thompson, Editor of Guillemot Press, on the magic of publishing beautiful books.
Catherine Ireton, winner of the Brighton Fringe Music Award 2016, performs the story of a very timid bride-to-be who is determined she will not be standing up to make a speech.
Danielle interviews the acclaimed Irish author. On the menu: McBride's novels, Irishness, writing sex, and what critics expect from women.
We are pleased to announce the publication of Rupert Loydell's new book, Talking Shadows, from The Red Ceilings Press.
Rupert Loydell and KIngsley Marshall's third collaborative paper on the work of Brian Eno will be published this autumn in Musicology Research.
Screenwriting Lecturer John Finnegan shares his own experience of Higher Education
A group of Falmouth students from the Creative Non-Fiction module brave the elements in Truro for a psychogeography field-trip
Hannah Cartwright reviews the latest novel from former Falmouth Lecturer Rupert Wallis
David reveals what he was like as an English & Writing undergraduate
It's a sort of pleasant shock, that moment of the uncanny when you realise the person you are isn't the person you thought.
MA student Sarah Eddy interviews James Daunt, managing director of Waterstones, on competing with eBooks and Amazon
In the first of a series of pieces on our 2017-18 Writer in Residence, Seren and Melissa paint us a picture of her life and work.