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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 bags book on Gertrude Stein from Francesca Wade

Faber is to publish two non-fiction titles by editor and author Francesca Wade, including one on Gertrude Stein.  Read more

Faber records 'second best year' with £20m-plus turnover

Faber has reported "another exceptionally good year" in its latest annual results to the end of March 2020, producing the second-best turnover in the company’s history, bolstered by sales of... Read more

Kristin Scott Thomas to narrate Cusk trilogy

Faber is to release new unabridged audio editions of Rachel Cusk's Outline trilogy, which will be narrated by actor Kristin Scott Thomas. ... Read more

Faber to publish Callender's transgender coming-of-age tale

Faber has triumphed in a four-way auction for Felix Ever After, Kacen Callender's "voice-driven" YA novel about a transgender teen grappling with identity and self-discovery while falling... Read more

Faber bags Evan Dando's memoir

Faber is to publish a memoir from Evan Dando, frontman of alternative rock band the Lemonheads, in 2022.  Read more

Faber lands Claire Keegan's 'delicately wrought' novel

Faber is to publish Claire Keegan's latest short novel, Small Things Like These, next autumn.  Read more

Faber's Page made visiting professor at City

Faber c.e.o. Stephen Page has been made an honorary visiting professor of publishing at City, University of London.  Read more

Faber scoops 'extraordinary' Max Porter novel on Francis Bacon

Faber is to publish Max Porter's latest novel, The Death of Francis Bacon, in January next year. Read more

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