The rugged beauty of Cornwall has inspired many Cornish writers and visitors.
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.
Cornwall is such a good place for inspiration, the beaches, rugged coastlines, wooded areas … and let’s not forget the pasties. Seriously, they are good brain food! So now I can say it out loud – I’m Rachel and I am a writer.
Taking inspiration from her beautiful home county, Cornish writer Lamorna Ireland writes romance novels alongside teaching English in a local secondary school.
Ross James grew up on the north Cornish coast and now lives in the Falkland Islands with his wife and children. Obsessed by the sea and the things that live in it, his first book, ‘111 Days – Tales of a Fisheries Observer’, is a firsthand account of life on a trawler.
Writer and blogger covering film, travel, beer and Cornwall. He is hoping that one day someone will ask him to write a piece about a pub holding a film festival, or a cinema holding a beer festival, in a far flung corner of Cornwall. Until then he is focusing his efforts on fictional short stories.
Anne Rainbow is a writer and editor with strong roots in Cornwall, encouraging other writers to pursue their publication dreams.
Book reviewer, researcher, reader and owner of 2 black cats
April Lee Fields is a self-published Author, Shamanic Songstress, and internationally recognized Spoken Word Artist. Performing live readings from her works, April effortlessly brings the quietude of the written word to life by submerging her audience in the sacred and ancient art of storytelling.