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The extract is read by Claudia Loveland. “What am I doing in Cornwall What am I doing down here I’m ten years older than when
The excerpt is read by Stephen Baird. “Winnie from Wisconsin USA was staying with her cousin Jane Hoskin, and was determined to make friends with
“It was far too dangerous for him to be at the beach at this hour. The night was his cover and the incoming tide his
“I can’t do justice with the right expressive words to get across to you the sensation of a heightened exuberant awareness. It’s like a kind
“An extract from the short story Flecks of Gold by Stephen Baird, published in the Cornwall Writers anthology Cornwall: Misfits, Curiosities and Legends. The sunset
“He is huge and his chariot would dwarf the biggest hay cart you’ve ever seen. The chariot never touches the ground and nor do his
Our Cornwall Misfits Curiosities and Legends trailer features extracts from some of our short stories with an amazing Cornish backdrop
A Cornish Winter Story by Claudia Loveland to get you in the Christmas mood:
‘Once upon a time a snowman waiting for Christmas got talking to the trees in the forest … ‘
Do the Write Thing on KMF radio has been running for several years and has given a voice to writers and to local musicians.
The paperback has proved very popular with 93 ordered during the 2 weeks of the Crowdfunder campaign and enough funds raised to donate a copy to all 45 libraries in Cornwall.
A reading from Wade Beneath the Waves by Emily Charlotte Ould: “The sand pulls at my toes like syrup, all thick and wet. It’s like quicksand … “
In our author interview with Lamorna Ireland, we get an insight into how her rich Cornish heritage has influenced and shaped her writing today.