Inside Faber: Faber Design

Inside Faber: Faber Design

Faber & Faber’s design aesthetic has been world-famous since the founding of the publishing house in 1929. Faber Creative Director, Donna Payne and senior designers Pete Adlington and Jonathan Pelham will discuss the artistic process behind book jacket designs at Faber and the history of...
Inside Faber: A Discussion of Diversity in Publishing

Inside Faber: A Discussion of Diversity in Publishing

Join us for this wide-ranging discussion between Faber’s Associate Publisher Louisa Joyner and Dr Anamik Saha, co-author of on Rethinking ‘Diversity‘ in Publishing....
Live Fiction Showcase

Live Fiction Showcase

Join us for this special opportunity to hear work from some of the most exciting voices in contemporary fiction from this year and next. Ingrid Persaud will read from Love After Love; DBC Pierre will read from Meanwhile in...
Samantha Irby in conversation with Sara Pascoe

Samantha Irby in conversation with Sara Pascoe

Faber Members presents an inspiring in-conversation event between two award-winning comedians and bestselling authors — Sara Pascoe and Samantha Irby....
André Aciman Live Q&A

André Aciman Live Q&A

A global event to celebrate the paperback publication of bestseller Find Me, author André Aciman will take part in a live Q&A with Publishing Director Louisa Joyner....
John Boorman: exclusive screening of Hope and Glory with live Q&A

John Boorman: exclusive screening of Hope and Glory with live Q&A

Join John Boorman for an exclusive screening, to be followed by a Q&A about his latest memoir Conclusions (Faber & Faber), an insightful book that outlines the concluding thoughts of one of Britain’s greatest film-makers....
Manchester Literature Festival: Eimear McBride – Strange Hotel

Manchester Literature Festival: Eimear McBride – Strange Hotel

Manchester Literature Festival and the Centre for New Writing are delighted to present an evening with Eimear McBride. One of our most arresting writers, Eimear has written two acclaimed and uncompromising novels, A Girl is a Half-formed Thing (Baileys Women’s Fiction Prize) and The Lesser...
Southbank Centre: Eimear McBride – Strange Hotel

Southbank Centre: Eimear McBride – Strange Hotel

In a London-exclusive event, Eimear McBride marks the publication of her third novel: Strange Hotel – fierce, honest, laced with desire and punctuated with black humour. A nameless woman enters a nondescript hotel room that she’s been in once before, many years ago. The room hasn’t...