We are delighted to announce that Fincham Press' latest anthology The Unseen is now available to buy from the University of Roehampton e-store and Amazon. The book features the very best new writing by students of the University of Roehampton. There is truly something for all tastes; whether you prefer humorous flash fiction or disturbing longer … Continue reading The Unseen is now available!
Recently, Fincham Press interviewed four candidates vying for a paid internship, and I got to play co-interviewer alongside my colleague. This was the hardest thing I’d ever had to tackle during my time at Fincham: because I knew how these people were feeling. I didn’t – and still don’t – feel authoritative enough to help decide who … Continue reading Reflections on an imprint: Or, what does a publishing intern actually do?
When we founded RoundTable, we wanted to make sure that the journal had a unique voice and look. One of the ways that we achieved this was through a cover image designed by our very own Anne Malewski. Anne is a talented illustrator and she has done work with a range of musicians and organisations. In … Continue reading She’s got the look!
The editors of RoundTable invite academic articles and creative submissions on any aspect of literary engagement with the experience or concept of memory, from the medieval to the contemporary, the individual to the collective, the material to the digital. How, and why, does memory matter? RoundTable is an online, peer-reviewed, open access literary journal for and by … Continue reading CfP: RoundTable Postgraduate Journal, issue theme: Memory
The University of Roehampton's Fincham Press is today launching two open access, peer-reviewed online journals. RoundTable, run directly by research students in the Department of English and Creative Writing, features a mix of creative and critical work, academic articles and book reviews. The International Journal of James Bond Studies (JBS) is dedicated to publishing innovative … Continue reading Launch of two new journals
The Rook anthology is a new collection of experimental and literary journalism that showcases innovative forms of non-fiction storytelling.
On Wednesday, 7th December 2016, a drinks reception will follow readings from the authors featured in the latest anthology.