Tagged: Hannah Griffiths

Schilz outlines plans for TLC to make lasting change as organisation turns 25

The Literary Consultancy, founded in 1996 around a kitchen table, now works with writers and publishers and is looking to build partnerships and advocacy as... Read more

TLC celebrates 25th anniversary with party and 'digital kitchen table'

The Literary Consultancy is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with a host of events including an in-person party at the Fora Conservatory in Spitalfields... Read more

Gatekeeper turned TV poacher

Faber publisher Hannah Griffiths reveals why she moved to entertainment giant All3Media. Read more

Hannah Griffiths joins independent film company All3Media

Hannah Griffiths, formerly fiction and paperback publisher at Faber, has been appointed as the new head of literary acquisitions at independent television, film and digital... Read more

Griffiths and Loose leave roles at Faber

Faber has "closed" the positions of publisher for fiction and paperbacks and publisher for non-fiction and the arts, with Hannah Griffiths and Julian Loose leaving... Read more

Emily Watson to star in BBC's Apple Tree Yard adaptation

Emily Watson and Ben Chaplin are to star in BBC One's adaptation of Apple Tree Yard (Faber), the "provocative, audacious thriller" by Louise Doughty.... Read more

Faber acquires next Stewart Lee book

Faber has signed Content Provider, a new book from award-winning comedian and writer Stewart Lee. Read more

Griffiths’ excellent buys for Faber

Faber has acquired journalist Emma Brockes’ new book, An Excellent Choice, which assesses the recent boom in women opting to be single mothers. Hannah Griffiths,... Read more

Faber acquires title on single motherhood

Faber has acquired a “timely and important” book about single motherhood by Emma Brockes. Hannah Griffiths, publishing director at Faber, acquired An Excellent Choice from... Read more

Holocaust memoir to Faber

Faber has acquired a Holocaust memoir originally published in France. Hannah Griffiths bought UK and Commonwealth rights to But You Did Not Come Back by... Read more

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