Our students share their experience of writing workshops with Alice Oswald, considered to be one of the UK's greatest living poets.
Holly explores the writer's relationship with one of her most intimate possessions.
Next year sees two new publications from Meredith Miller, lecturer and Course Coordinator for the MA in Professional Writing.
Dom Smyth reviews Falmouth Lecturer Luke Thompson's biography of Jack Clemo
Hannah Cartwright reviews the latest novel from former Falmouth Lecturer Rupert Wallis
MA student Sarah Eddy interviews James Daunt, managing director of Waterstones, on competing with eBooks and Amazon
Melissa considers Virginia Woolf's time in Cornwall and the ways in which the landscape inspired her writing
In this startlingly gentle sequence, graduate Kieran McGuigan’s soft delivery and experiments with sound and structure will leave you wondering what just happened, and if it can please happen again.
To conclude the summer selections, here are three poems from Jonathan Parsonage’s stunning collection.
In the last essay of the showcase, Jessica Hawes investigates the manipulation of reader within Atonement, exploring a tension between innocence and knowingness.