Claire Adam has won the £10,000 Desmond Elliott Prize for first-time novelists with her "electrifying" debut Golden Child (Faber).
Faber & Faber has snapped up the latest book by writing duo and PRH staffers Liz Foley and Beth Coates.
Faber remains tight-lipped as Moby cancels his UK and Ireland book tour after a row with Natalie Portman over sections of his memoir Then It Fell... Read more
Mary Cannam will be promoted to the newly created role of chief operating officer for Faber.
The only one of six siblings to work at the family firm, Toby Faber stresses that long-term commitment, but not nepotism, lies at the heart... Read more
Publishers including Penguin Random House, Hachette, HarperCollins and Pan Macmillan will encourage their staff to go out and share stories with their local communities to... Read more
Faber will publish Louise Doughty’s "gripping, eerily-timely" new novel about two deaths at a train station, Platform Seven, in August.... Read more
Faber has experienced an “astonishing” demand for Anna Burns’ Milkman since it won the Man Booker Prize, selling 63,288 copies through Nielsen BookScan and 250,000 B-format copies out of its... Read more
Faber has raised its reprint number for Anna Burns' Milkman from 45,000 to 100,000, following “phenomenal demand way ahead of the initial numbers retailers quoted”, after the novel's... Read more
Faber has confirmed a 45,000 reprint of Anna Burns' Milkman this morning, following its Man Booker win last night.