Thank you for your interest in clearing permission to use Faber material.
As well as handling rights for the majority of our recently published poets and playwrights, we also handle rights in many estates, with requests received most frequently for the following:
- Estate of Samuel Beckett
- Estate of T. S. Eliot
- William Golding Limited
- Estate of Thom Gunn
- Estate of Seamus Heaney
- Estate of Ted Hughes
- Estate of David Jones
- Estate of Philip Larkin
- Estate of Hope Mirrlees
- Estate of Marianne Moore
- Estate of Harold Pinter
- Estate of Sylvia Plath
- Estate of Ezra Pound
- Estate of Kathleen Raine
- Estate of Theodore Roethke
- Estate of Stevie Smith
- Estate of Wallace Stevens
- Estate of Amos Tutuola
Before you proceed, please check the following:
- The information given here on those authors and uses for which we are unable to grant permission
- Our guidelines for Fair Dealing (for those publishing an academic article or work)
- Our guidelines if you would like to perform one of our plays
Registering Your Request
Please register your details and submit your request to us via our online licensing system: www.faberpermissions.com.
This must be done for all of the following types of requests: Anthology and Quotation (Extract) for print or eBook, Audio, Broadcast, Dramatic rights, Musical settings, Photocopy rights, Reading rights, Image use, Artistic and Prop use.
If you aren’t sure whether the format suits the permission, please add in the ‘additional information’ box any further details you would like us to take into consideration when entering the details of your request.
What Happens Next?
We will get back to you with a fee quote and/or the terms on which we can license the material. Our minimum fee for use of a limited amount of material is £75 excluding VAT. Unfortunately, we are unable to grant blanket permissions covering multiple uses, languages and formats on the basis of possible future uses for the material.
Please note that the turnaround time for permissions is 8-10 weeks on average and sometimes longer in the case of more unusual or larger requests where we have to consult with Estates of authors. We will do our very best to ensure your request is handled as quickly as possible, but if you do not hear from us before your deadline, please do not use the material in question. If you require permission, it is because the material is protected under current international copyright law.
To get in touch with our Rights Department, or for more information on any of the following, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can:
- Translation and US rights
- Serial rights
- Large print rights
- Audio rights (for an entire text)
- Reprint rights
- Film rights
- Image rights (use of a cover image or internal image files in foreign editions)
- Blind, Braille and non-commercial reading requests for the visually impaired
For author photos or cover images for publicity and review purposes, please contact our Publicity Department.
The Waste Land, first published in the inaugural issue of The Criterion in October 1922, celebrates its centenary in 2022. To mark it, the Eliot estate would like to invite theatre-makers, dramatists, choreographers, video artists, composers and artists to respond to the poem. Find out more here.