For this holiday period, Selcouth Station have given us the gift of insight. They continue their series on new writers with interviews with two of The Unseen's contributors. Tova Näslund is the author of "Month of the Rot", a novel extract featuring in The Unseen. In her interview, she discusses characterisation, role-playing games, and her … Continue reading The gift of insight: Tova Näslund and Charlie-Anne Butterworth
There are only two days left until the official launch of The Unseen, but there is still time for you to get involved! The conversation is happening on Twitter - get talking about your favourite pieces, authors, and your thoughts about the launch using #unseenlaunch. What are you expecting? Will our authors reveal the unseen? … Continue reading Two days to go: get involved with The Unseen!
With six days left until the official launch of The Unseen, we are keen to keep you updated with news of our writers. Selcouth Station have once again tracked one of our authors down to quiz: this time, Arun Jeetoo discusses prose poetry, horror, and creative practice. His piece 'Birdman' appears in the anthology. You will … Continue reading Six days to go: interview with Arun Jeetoo
With only a week until the official launch of The Unseen, we are excited to share news about two of the authors featured in the collection. Bronia Waldron was recently interviewed by Selcouth Station, and discusses her experience of being published for the first time by us, as well as the inspiration for her prose … Continue reading The Unseen writers in the news: Bronia Waldron and Haleh Agar
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?
On Wednesday, 7th December 2016, a drinks reception will follow readings from the authors featured in the latest anthology.