First-year students, Sam and Eileen, lead us on a Coover-esque journey with their naughty take on a well known fairytale.
Charlotte Rayment, MA in Professional Writing graduate, shares her top ten tips and exercises for new writers looking to find their voice.
The fourth letter of Nest, our collaborative epistolary project, written by Professional Writing postgrad Alicia Davies.
Finding it tough deciding whether to be an award-winning poet or an internationally renowned film-director? Daniella Ferguson-Djaba explains why there’s no reason why you can’t have it all.
In this inspiring piece, English and Creative Writing student Maisie Prudames discusses women empowering women through writing.
Daniella, our 3rd year student and Falwriting’s student Editor, explores what British Literature means in the context of multiple voices from diaspora communities.
Dan and Gemma got together to write about The Lighthouse, our new writers’ room in Tannachie House, Woodlane Campus. Read this evocative piece here.
In the first of our mental health articles, Abigail Martin discusses how depression and anxiety are portrayed in her favourite Netflix show, and what this means for those who watch it.
You’re invited to our Halloween Guest Speaker Talk with Dr Tamsin Spargo, Cornish writer and cultural historian who will be sharing her experience as founder of Perthi Kov and one of the researchers and writers of Until the Day Break. Book your free ticket here.
Our Rupert Loydell talks to Falmouth graduate and poet Sarah Cave about her writing, her background on philosophy and her research.