Announcing On Connection by Kae Tempest

Faber is proud to announce staggering talent Kae Tempest’s first work of non-fiction: a meditation on the power of creative connection to act as the antidote to numbness.   Connection is the first step towards any act of acknowledgement, accountability or responsibility. It offers, whether fleeting or long-lasting, a closeness to all others. It is…

The Double X Economy Quiz

How much do you know about gender equality in the global economy? Find out below . . .     The Double X Economy by Linda Scott describes both the shocking gender inequalities built into the global economy and the collective power of women that could be harnessed to turn these around and combat humankind’s most…

What we’re reading this summer

Have you been stuck in a reading rut over lockdown? We’ve asked Faber staff which books they’ve been enjoying and what they’re looking forward to reading over the summer.   Mel Tyrrell, Regional Sales Manager   Girl, Woman, Other Bernardine Evaristo I’d been waiting for my local indie bookshop to open so that I could…

Q&A with author Linda Scott

Linda Scott is the author of The Double X Economy, an urgent analysis of global gender inequality and a passionately argued case for change. To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the UK’s Equal Pay Act, we’ve been talking to Linda about how far we’ve really come . . .   Source: Independent / GETTY It…

Find Me Quiz

André Aciman’s Find Me returns to the unforgettable characters from Call Me by Your Name. How much do you know about their world? Find out in our Find Me quiz . . .     Find Me is available now in ebook and audiobook, and out in paperback on 21 May.

QI Quiz

Put your general knowledge to the test with our bumper five-round quiz from the team at QI. Good luck!   ROUND ONE: FABER TITLES (Answers for Round One will be revealed at the end.)   ROUND TWO: LITERATURE   ROUND THREE: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE   ROUND FOUR: TRUE OR FALSE?   ROUND FIVE: (IM)POSSIBLE QUESTIONS 36….

How well do you know Normal People?

Test your knowledge of Sally Rooney’s bestselling novel with our ultimate Normal People quiz . . .     Normal People is available in hardback, paperback and ebook. The Normal People TV adaptation will air on 26 April on BBC iPlayer.

Normal People Reading Group Questions

To celebrate the launch of the TV adaptation of Normal People, we hosted a live read-along on Twitter.   Thank you to everyone who took part in our Twitter read-along of Normal People. If you missed the live discussion, we have collected together all the points discussed in each page section, so that you can follow these…

Faber Radio presents Max Porter

Announcing Faber Radio, a new series of Spotify playlists curated by our authors.   We’ll share a new playlist every Friday at 2 p.m. First up, we have Max Porter’s ‘Niceness’. Tune in . . . ‘This is the standing a bit dazed and tearful in the kitchen playlist, is it too early for a…

A message from our Faber Children’s Publisher

Storytelling has always been fundamental to our very existence – sharing stories is what people do. Whether for fun, comfort, community, knowledge or escapism, or all of the above and more! Now, more than ever, it’s so very important that we continue to share stories with each other.   “We have been moved and heartened…

Faber: a new visual identity

In 2019 we celebrated ninety years as an independent literary publisher. Stephen Page documents the changes to how we look. Not only was our anniversary year a celebration of Faber’s publishing over many decades, it was also a timely moment for us to contemplate the future, and consider how we can continue to impact society and…

Faber Social unveils year ahead

We’re pleased to unveil our brand new Faber Social list for the year ahead.   The list includes Side by Side, the lyrics of Robert Wyatt and Alfie Benge, introduced by Jarvis Cocker (September 2020); Kate Tempest’s first work of non-fiction, a short, radical ‘theory of creativity’ about the power of connection to act as an…

Eimear McBride Strange Hotel Tour

From the multi-award winning author of the literary phenomenon A Girl is a Half-formed Thing. At the midpoint of her life a woman enters an Avignon hotel room. She’s been here once before – but while the room hasn’t changed, she is a different person now. Eimear McBride’s brand-new novel Strange Hotel is out now,…