This week sees the release of the latest novel from Falmouth lecturer Rupert Wallis
Honeysuckle reflects on what she's felt and learned in her first year away from home.
Gabby Willcocks interviews David, Jerome and Andy following their reading at the Landmark Trust Egyptian House during Penzance Litfest
Charlotte Bown takes us to a fantastical reality in Chapter One of her children’s book.
Melissa Saryazdi explores the presentation of the female in Philip Pullman’s Northern Lights in reaction to C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Teige Maddison is a lover of the lyrical, the evocative, and the hard hitting. On this Open Mic selection, you'll hear Teige reading in his characteristic powerful style.
A recent graduate of English, Lol Candlin considers the last three years, well spent between the pages.
Alice Rooney discusses innocence, experience, and knowingness in Margaret Drabble’s The Millstone.
Forming part of her dissertation this except is from the opening of Jodie Reed’s Novel which examines families.
Joana muses on the important relationship between writing, and the stuff we do to avoid it.