Inspired by Teju Cole, Liam Taniuchi-Langan hopes all his Hawaiian day dreams will come true.
Inspired by the recent work of Teju Cole, Daniella Ferguson-Djaba travels to Zambia, visits an art gallery, and goes night-walking.
Sam Barnes considers the growing cost of war
Morag Smith wants to complain but doesn't know who to.
Rupert Loydell's new poetry publication White Noise.
Ella Jones reminds herself to get up and go see the world.
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.
Can our relationship with fiction help us make sense of a post-truth society?
Jane Moss on how writing can be a way to think, a way to let go, a way out of the dark
Work by Falmouth students from last year’s Writing as a Reader module has been published in the online journal Galatea Resurrects.