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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 snaps up Call Me By Your Name sequel

Faber will publish the sequel to Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman, titled Find Me. Read more

Harper’s editor Picardie joins Faber ranks with Miss Dior

Faber editorial director Laura Hassan has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Miss Dior, the “moving and powerful” story of Catherine Dior, from The Wylie... Read more

Faber is mad on what makes us bad

Faber has triumphed in a 13-way auction for a "riveting exploration of evil" by a renowned British forensic psychiatrist, with the title subject of intense... Read more

Page calls on publishers to 'have courage' in face of Brexit

Brexit will have far-ranging effects on society as well as business, so it is up to publishers to continue with the “political act” of facilitating... Read more

Faber scales up with Vincent's history of measurement

Faber have bought a history of measurement by a "hugely talented young non-fiction writer", James Vincent. Read more

BBC winner Persaud's debut goes to Faber in 7-way auction

Faber has acquired the debut from BBC Short Story winner Ingrid Persaud to be a superlead for 2020, following a seven-publisher auction. Read more

Max Porter | 'I know people read weird and unlikely things'

Max Porter’s follow-up to his heralded début is an equally ambitious novel centring on small-town Britain. Read more

Faber acquires Czapnik debut The Falconer

Faber has acquired rights to Dana Czapnik’s debut novel.  Read more

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