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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.

Fiction on Tap: Five Famous Pubs in Literature
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The Birth of the Culture Wars: America in the 1930s
The Birth of the Culture Wars: America in the 1930s
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Independent Bookshop of the Month: Phlox Books
Independent Bookshop of the Month: Phlox Books
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Poem of the Week: ‘Proem’ by Maggie Millner
Poem of the Week: ‘Proem’ by Maggie Millner
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News & Announcements
Faber celebrates ten-year anniversary of picture book list
Faber celebrates ten-year anniversary of picture book list

This week, a Ten Years of Picture Books exhibition launches in the foyer of Faber’s Farringdon-based office space, The Bindery.

Faber to publish Jodie Harsh’s memoir in Autumn 2025
Faber to publish Jodie Harsh’s memoir in Autumn 2025

Faber will publish Jodie Harsh’s You Had to Be There in Autumn 2025.

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.

The Faber Interview: Jon Savage
The Faber Interview: Jon Savage
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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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James Shapiro shares a list of titles for readers interested in better understanding where our current cultural battles …
August marks Women in Translation month, dedicated to amplifying women writers and translators across the globe.
Discover the best pubs in literature, to celebrate Faber’s new edition of the 1940s classic, Back to the …
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 …
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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