Faber & Faber

Daily

Tags

Jan Morris on a Life in Travel Writing

Jan Morris
The much-loved travel writer and historian Jan Morris was born in 1926 of a Welsh father and an English mother, and when she is not ...

Help Us Design Next Year’s Faber & Faber Poetry Diary

Diary Packshot
Click above to view gallery … If you haven’t yet bought your copy of the Faber & Faber Poetry Diary 2015, then ...

Under Surveillance

Peter Carey
The 05:55 train from Warsaw to Berlin felt like an odd place to be reading Peter Carey. I considered bringing books by Hannah Arendt or ...

In Love and War with Alex Preston

Alex Preston
A tale of love, heroism and resistance set against the stunning backdrop of 1930s Florence, Alex Preston’s In Love and War weaves ...

Faber Social Pop-Up Shop in London

Faber Social Pop Up Shop
Faber Social is thrilled to announce the opening of a dedicated and exclusive pop-up shop on Cecil Court in a venture with Natalie ...

The Faber New Poets Remember

Remembrance
On National Poetry Day 2014 Faber publishes the new pamphlets from the Faber New Poets 2013-2014; Rachael Allen, Will Burns, Zaffar ...

Faber Modern Classics

The Remains of the Day
Faber Modern Classics will launch with ten titles in April 2015, followed by a further six in June. The books will be published in ...

Alone on an Island in the Philippines

Playing with Water
For many years award-winning writer James Hamilton-Paterson spent a third of each year on an otherwise uninhabited island in the ...

The Wars of the Roses and the Rise of the Tudors

The Hollow Crown
From the celebrated author of The Plantagenets comes an exciting, fast-paced new history of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the ...

Emily Carroll on Creating Through the Woods

Through the Woods
I have been asked multiple times which (if any) of the stories in my book Through the Woods is my favourite, and before the person ...
Load More