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Faber Journal

Read, watch and listen to the latest content from Faber authors, staff and our community of readers and writers, from book news to behind the scenes features.

Do Chatbots Dream of AI Poetry? Calvino, Madness and Machine Literature
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An abstract artist’s illustration of artificial intelligence via Google Deepmind's Visualising AI Project.
Independent Bookshop of the Month: The West Kirby Bookshop
Independent Bookshop of the Month: The West Kirby Bookshop
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Reading List: Five Short Stories That Made Me
Reading List: Five Short Stories That Made Me
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Listen: Leah Broad Introduces the Women of Quartet
Listen: Leah Broad Introduces the Women of Quartet
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News & Announcements
Faber announces Gboyega Odubanjo’s Adam
Faber announces Gboyega Odubanjo’s Adam

Faber will publish Gboyega Odubanjo’s much anticipated first collection, Adam. In doing so, we join in celebrating Gboyega’s life and achievements, ensuring that through his work, his legacy continues to grow.

Faber Remembers Paul Auster
Faber Remembers Paul Auster

We are a company of Paul Auster fans and many of us will be thinking today of our first Paul Auster book and the path it led us on.

Faber opens the 2024 FAB Prize
Faber opens the 2024 FAB Prize

Faber launches the 2024 FAB Prize with new guest judges, Lucy Bannerman and John-Paul Kunrunmi.

Faber to publish a love letter to the nation’s favourite snack: crisps
Faber to publish a love letter to the nation’s favourite snack: crisps

Faber is to publish Crunch: An Ode to Crisps, a cultural history by journalist Natalie Whittle.

Faber to publish Chris Mould’s War of the Worlds graphic novel
Faber to publish Chris Mould’s War of the Worlds graphic novel

This autumn, Faber will publish Chris Mould’s graphic novel retelling of H.G. Wells’ classic, The War of the Worlds.

Fifteen Quickfire Questions for . . . Suzi Ronson
Fifteen Quickfire Questions for . . . Suzi Ronson
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Fifteen Quickfire Questions for . . . Aniefiok Ekpoudom
Fifteen Quickfire Questions for . . . Aniefiok Ekpoudom
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Members Only
Members Interview: Mary Jean Chan in Conversation
Members Interview: Mary Jean Chan in Conversation
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Members Q&A: Claire Kilroy
Members Q&A: Claire Kilroy
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From X (formerly Twitter) to Bookstagram and Booktok, view our list of books that have been setting social …
Lucy Caldwell, author of Intimacies and new collection Openings, shares five of her favourite short stories to read, …
Katie Gee Salisbury, author of Not Your China Doll, discusses five books about the American West, entertainment and …
Time for a spring clean of your TBR? The Faber team are emerging from their winter hibernation and …
This week Deirdre Madden was announced as the 2024 recipient of the Windham-Campbell Prize for Fiction.
Every three months we bring together all the titles Faber is publishing over the following period. Here's our …
Faber Archives
From the Archive: Book Design by Artist Rex Whistler
From the Archive: Book Design by Artist Rex Whistler

The four books that illustrate this archival feature are very fine examples of Faber’s literary publishing in the period from …

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From the Archive: Photos on the Wall
From the Archive: Photos on the Wall

This is undoubtedly one of the most moving photos in the Faber archive. It was taken by a staff photographer …

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From the Archive: How A Grief Observed Came to Be Published
From the Archive: How A Grief Observed Came to Be Published

The story of how Faber came to publish a great, but late, work by C. S. Lewis – A Grief …

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