Angel eyes Faber's future

Angel eyes Faber's future

Bring up Mitzi Angel’s name in the book world and industry peers speak of her rare, original taste and a heavyweight literary record which has seen her publish the likes of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ben Lerner, Yiyun Li, Rachel Cusk and Alaa al-Aswany, in a career spanning both sides of the Atlantic.

That undisputed publishing heft made her a clear fit for the post of adult publisher at Faber & Faber when, two years ago, Stephen Page decided to uncouple the role from that of c.e.o. to allow a full level of editorial focus on the books. For Angel (it’s her real name, anglicised from Polish ...

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