A collection of poetry soon to be published by our students, in partnership with poet, Holly Corfield Carr & the National Trust
Illustrated by Antonia Glücksman
Falmouth University’s School of Writing and Journalism is happy to introduce the second collaborative publishing project in partnership with The National Trust. Guided by industry professionals, students from the school will design, publish and market a specially commissioned book by poet Holly Corfield Carr.
This is a remarkable chance for students to gain experience of all parts of the publishing process. Holly, whose poetry titles include, The Very Last Time and Four Words for Here received the Frieze Writer's Prize in 2015. She will be writing in response to the National Trust site in East Soar.
The finished book will be launched at the South West Outdoor Festival in October.
Antonia’s fifteen gorgeous illustrations form part of the narrative in Holly Corfield Carr's poetry collection Subsong, a response to the coastal environment at East Soar in Devon.
Award-winning poet Holly Corfield Carr joins second-year Falmouth student Melody Gillett to discuss her upcoming collection, Subsong.
Many of us have other hobbies, something practical and stress-relieving, just to take a break from our discipline.
Introducing Holly Corfield Carr, our sophomore writer for the National Trust & Falmouth University publishing project. Here is a little insight into her poetry.
Award-winning poet Holly Corfield Carr will be collaborating with the National Trust and Falmouth University to bring together a collection of poems inspired by the rich history and natural beauty of East Soar, Devon.
In Dark Places
A book published by our students, in partnership
with Booker Longlister Wyl Menmuir & the National Trust
Falmouth University’s School of Writing and Journalism is excited to launch a new collaborative publishing project in partnership with The National Trust. Guided by industry professionals, students from the school will design, publish and market a specially commissioned book by author Wyl Menmuir.
This is an exceptional chance for students to gain experience of all parts of the publishing process. Wyl, whose novel The Many was longlisted for the 2016 Man Booker Prize, will be writing in response to the landscapes found in National Trust properties.
The finished book will be launched at the South West Outdoor Festival in September.
Wyl Menmuir lives in Cornwall and works as a novelist and editor. His bestselling debut novel, 'The Many' (Salt) was long-listed for the 2016 Man Booker Prize. His limited edition chapbook story 'Rounds' was published in November 2016 by Nightjar Press.
National Trust Books publish over 50 new books every year in support of the National Trust's conservation work. Titles released in 2017 include 'The National Trust Book of Scones', and 'Taxidermy in the Country House'.
Brandon Evans reviews this immersive, sometimes-claustrophobic story In Dark Places, commissioned for our project with the National Trust.
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.
It’s now when we finally see what an amazing experience this has been.
Falmouth English and Creative Writing is delighted to announce the publication of In Dark Places, Falmouth’s first collaborative publishing venture with National Trust Publishing.
Emma Butcher's haunting illustrations are part of what makes 'In Dark Places' so beautiful. Joana Varandas interviews Emma on her process.
Janina and Ben explore the relationship between boundary and impulse in this piece inspired by Wyl Menmuir's In Dark Places.
Inspired by the National Trust’s challenge to kids aged 11/3/4 and under, we created our very own green provocation – but for millennials.
Adriana looks behind the curtain at Palace Printers, where In Dark Places is being printed.
What is fanfiction up to these days? Melissa on the two things it's doing well (and a few things it isn't).
Jodie gives you a look behind the scenes and shares some valuable tips.
The awards are presented by The Wordsworth Trust and The British Library, with this year's panel praising illustrator Ferraby's bold, archaeology-influenced images.
Falmouth MA graduate Jane Tingle looks at some of the ways publishers and agents are using the internet to find new talent
MA graduate Matt Borne investigates the new wave in UK Nature Writing
Anna Kiernan has a chapter coming out, exploring the changing nature of literary criticism in the digital age.
MA student Sarah Eddy interviews James Daunt, managing director of Waterstones, on competing with eBooks and Amazon
Gabby reviews graduate-run Penryn Press's most recent publication, Colour In Cornwall.
In the first of our Industry Focus series MA student Holly Challinor explains photography in publishing and some facts about copyright everyone should know
Come learn how a book festival works, build production skills, and rub elbows with some of the most interesting writers in the UK.