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.
Emma Baker explores self and authorship in her reflection on Peter Carey’s Novel.
In slick and frank prose Lorraine Sharpe takes on the 'massive supermarket’ of life.
The second collaborative sequence from Daniel Y. Harris and Falmouth Lecturer Rupert M. Loydell is now available for purchase
Chloe Godin examines National Identity within Peter Carey’s novel.
Born in Bucharest, Romania, Adriana is studying Creative Writing at Falmouth University. Her poems are about people and the fragility of human condition.
Joshua Williams explores the evolution of interaction within storyworlds in the adventure game genre between 1976 and 2016 in these two extracts from his dissertation.
Read Joana Varandas eerie prose, full of tension and things left unsaid.