Cornwall Writers is a community of writers living in or inspired by Cornwall. Explore their books and find out more about the people who wrote them.
We’re looking forward to publishing our latest anthology, Cornwall Beneath and Beyond, in April 2024. We’ll be sharing some of our anthology authors and stories here over the coming weeks. Plus our book trailer, book cover reveal and pre-order campaign.
Emily is a freelance writer, editor and marketer based in Cornwall. She is also a happy co-founder of PaperBound Magazine, an online publication dedicated to showcasing creative talent from writers and illustrators, specialising in children’s and young adult fiction.
Avalon Weston writes animal stories about foxes for people aged 8 to 80, set in London and Cornwall, and also an African adventure story.
Victoria Osborne-Broad is the author of the Cornish fantasy series, Jewels of the Rainbow, and frequently gives talks around SW Cornwall.
David Philip, born and raised in the southwest of England, an avid reader and author of crime, mystery and thriller books
The stag had his mouth open; roaring his cry across the hills.
“He is stupid,” said the badger. “Watch, there’s a man with a gun!”
“Aakk! Yes?” screeched the buzzard. “They’re by the big water.”
“How do I find them?” asked Rubic.
“You just go south! To the sea!”
“I am left here. You know what BB stands for, don’t you? The Beast of Bodmin! All I want is a mate and follow-ons.”
“Tad is ill,
The cow is dead,
Mam is tired.
No one loves us.
It’s all coal and more coal!
For more and more money!”
We are very excited to share that Cornwall Writers are publishing our third anthology, Cornwall Beneath and Beyond, in spring 2024.
We are delighted to have Zoe Bentham join us to help with our Cornwall Beneath and Beyond book launch marketing over the next few weeks.
He walked along the dusty trail to Retorrick Mill, while she rode the buggy to Plymouth at dawn, her family all around her, to find a better life.
The Hungry Grass Theatre Company will be bringing The Rime of the Ancient Mariner to Redruth on 28th March and Penzance on 30th March