Richard Scott and Mary Jean Chan poetry reading

Two of Faber’s brightest new poets, Richard Scott and Mary Jean Chan will feature at this special National Portrait Gallery Friday Late for LGBT History Month. As well as performing their own poems, they will share the work and influence of the seminal poets who...

John Lanchester at the LRB

John Lanchester’s new novel, The Wall, is a Kafkaesque nightmare whose richly-imagined world is very different from our own and yet all too familiar. Like 2012’s Capital (recently made into a TV series...

Simon Armitage reads from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

To celebrate the release of a new revised edition of Simon Armitage’s retelling of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, accompanied by beautiful screen-print illustrations by Clive Hicks-Jenkins, we are delighted to hold this special reading. Join us for this special Faber Members...

Steve Bell at Cambridge Literary Festival

Steve Bell is Britain’s sharpest and funniest political cartoonist bringing politics to life every week in The Guardian and ruthlessly exposing the posturing of Britain’s political class....

Sarah Ward at Coventry City Council Library

Sarah Ward will be visiting Coventry City Council Library at 2 p.m. on Thursday 22 November to talk about her new novel, ‘The Shrouded Path’...

Steve Bell at Housmans

Since the 2015 Labour leadership election, Jeremy Corbyn has been on a seemingly unstoppable upward trajectory, from ‘the unelectable’ to ‘the prime minister-in-waiting’. And Britain’s best-loved political cartoonist, Steve Bell, has been with him every step of the...

Nicola Upson at Exeter Literary Festival

Nicola Upson was born in Suffolk and read English at Downing College, Cambridge. She has worked in theatre and as a freelance journalist, and is the author of two non-fiction works and the recipient of an Escalator Award from the Arts Council England....