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Building a bridge of hope

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

The odd uncouple

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 signs Boy Parts author Clark in two-book deal

Faber has acquired two books by Boy Parts (Influx Press) author Eliza Clark, including a novel about the murder of a teenager on the eve of Britain's... Read more

Faber launches Carroll's 'enthralling' middle-grade standalone and repackages backlist

Faber will publish Emma Carroll’s 10th middle-grade standalone, The Week at World’s End, alongside repackages of her entire backlist in September.... Read more

Faber promotes 'gifted' Francis

Emmie Francis has been promoted to the role of commissioning editor at Faber, with immediate effect.  Read more

Faber chews the fat with Jay Rayner column collection

Faber is to publish Chewing the Fat: Tasting Notes from a Greedy Life, a collection of columns by author and journalist Jay Rayner.... Read more

Bonus Vlautin CD released as Faber publishes novel

To celebrate the publication of Willy Vlautin’s new novel The Night Always Comes (3rd June), Faber has announced a bonus CD for Rough Trade customers. ... Read more

Faber lands Epalanga's 'boundary traversing' debut

Faber has acquired the debut novel Whites Can Dance Too by Angolan writer and musician Kalaf Epalanga, translated by Daniel Hahn.... Read more

Faber lands Akwaeke Emezi's 'landmark' non-fiction debut

Faber is to publish Dear Senthuran: A Black Spirit Memoir, the first non-fiction work from novelist Akwaeke Emezi. Read more

Faber to publish Venturini 'masterpiece'

Faber is to publish Las Primas (The Cousins) by Argentinian author Aurora Venturini, after securing the title at auction.... Read more

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