Fresh from Falmouth: September 2022 edition
06 October 2022
Fresh from Falmouth is back, bringing you the latest scoop from our creative community. We start the academic year with a number of new literature and music releases from our staff and students. Dive in for the latest news from Falmouth.
What's new from our community?
Graduate makes it into MIX Magazine
One of our fantastic graduates, Hollie Milne who studied BA(Hons) Interior Design, has had her work published in the prestigious MIX Magazine.
MIX Magazine is a quarterly publication, produced by creative agency Colour Hive who have been publishing design, colour, and material insight for over 20 years.
Hollie’s final year university project, ‘The Bottle Top Project’ was featured in the publication. The project is centred around the issue of rural homelessness in Cornwall and how this has only been further fuelled by the Covid 19 pandemic. ‘The Bottle Top Project’ explores how a disused and unloved factory, which once supported the Newlyn community with employment, can be brought back to life and support the Cornish community and families experiencing enforced homelessness due to the housing crisis.
New book from novelist Dr Jennifer Young
Head of writing and journalism, Dr Jennifer Young, has released another thrilling novel. ‘A Little Switch’, the third Max Falkland novel. Jennifer released the book last week, at her online book launch and Q&A session.
The story see’s the familiar Max Falkland (if you’ve read Jennifer’s previous novels) on a mission, this time posing as a maid of honour at the Queen's coronation. You can find out more about Jennifer’s books via Cinnamon Press.
Associate Lecturer releases new album, Heavy Light
Kit Chapman's book nominated for Motoring Book of the Year
The Royal Automobile Club Motoring Book of the Year Awards recognise and celebrate the best automotive books, authors and publishers – it’s so exciting to see Kit’s book nominated for such a recognised award.
Stay tuned for the award ceremony on Wednesday 2 November...
Third year student gets work published in Queerlings magazine
BA(Hons) English & Creative Writing student, Ash Self has had his short story 'His Nice Black Shoes' published in the latest Queerlings magazine! You can read the piece over on Queerlings' website.
Students collaborate on new track
Two of our talented music students have joined forces and released a track across all popular streaming platforms, titled ‘Winter’. Conor Havard (CA\NA) who studies BA(Hons) Creative Music Technology, and Chloe Harman of BA(Hons) Popular Music have collaborated on a fantastic song, playing to both of their musical strengths.
The track consists of acoustic guitar juxtaposed with more electronic beats, complimented by Chloe’s powerful vocals makes for a poignant, fantastic track - and a great story for cross course collaboration! Really, you should just listen for yourself: