PalFest may not be the best-known literary festival, but it serves to underline literature’s ability to transcend violence and hatred, says Lee Brackstone.... Read more
Can trade publishers develop consumer brands, and effectively market and sell their content direct? More importantly, can they do this without undermining what is for... Read more
Faber has snapped up rights to Australian author and playwright Gabriel Bergmoser's Sunburnt Country.
Faber will publish the next novel, Strange Hotel, by Eimear McBride about a nameless woman who "negotiates her own memories and impulses" across a series of hotel rooms... Read more
Faber’s editorial director Louisa Joyner has been promoted to publishing director with immediate effect.
Faber will publish comedian Stewart Lee’s next book, March of the Lemmings, based on his newspaper columns providing “the scathing, riotous record the Brexit era deserves”.... Read more
Faber has declined to comment on actress Natalie Portman’s allegation that musician Moby’s recently published memoir features “many factual errors and inventions”, namely a relationship... Read more
David Walliams invites Tony Ross on stage, Ruth Jones presents Imprint of the Year and the BOSH! duo celebrate on the red carpet in our... Read more
A day after winning two British Book Awards for Novel of the Year and the overall Book of the Year, Sally Rooney has claimed her first... Read more
Eleanor Birne has joined PEW Literary as associate agent this month, moving from David Godwin Associates, and has already done a deal with Faber on... Read more