Ingrid Persaud has won the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award for her “beautifully crafted” Love After Love, becoming the second Faber writer in a row... Read more
Faber is launching Faber Editions, a new list with a focus on spotlighting "radical voices" from its archive and other selected works. ... Read more
Four debut novels have made it on to the shortlist for this year's Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction.
Faber has appointed Jess Kim, formerly of John Murray Press, as its deputy marketing director and announced several promotions in its communications team.... Read more
Faber is to publish Revolutionary Acts: Stories of Love, Brotherhood, and Resilience from Black Gay Britain by Jason Okundaye, after shaking off five rival pre-empts. ... Read more
Faber will publish Eoin McLaughlin's picture book The Longer the Wait, the Bigger the Hug in June, a follow-up to the pandemic-inspired While We Can’t Hug (Faber).... Read more
Faber has triumphed in a heated six-way UK auction for two works of non-fiction by a 'dazzling young musicologist'.
Faber & Faber has signed two previous novels from Tsitsi Dangarembga, which form a trilogy with Booker-nominated This Mournable Body (Faber).... Read more
Faber has signed Brittle with Relics: A History of Wales, 1962–1997, billed as a “landmark” new work by Richard King.
Faber has announced the winners, and signed up all four finalists, of this year's Faber & Andlyn (FAB) Prize for new writers and illustrators from under-represented... Read more