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Faber Poetry Debuts 2018
Faber Poetry Debuts 2018

Faber to publish four major new voices in poetry in 2018: Hannah Sullivan, Sophie Collins, Richard Scott & Zaffar Kunial.

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What are you afraid of? Five chilling book recommendations
What are you afraid of? Five chilling book recommendations

Having recently seen the brilliant remake of Stephen King's IT – and just as season two of Stranger Things  begins – Editorial Director, Angus Cargill, recommends …

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Cover Design: Sleep No More
Cover Design: Sleep No More

We talked to printmaker and illustrator, Angela Harding, about the process of designing custom artwork for Sleep No More by …

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First encounters: our favourite Kazuo Ishiguro books
First encounters: our favourite Kazuo Ishiguro books

We asked our colleagues to recall their first or their favourite literary encounter with Kazuo Ishiguro.

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Discover the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro
Discover the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro

From The Remains of the Day to Never Let Me Go, the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro have won multiple accolades, …

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‘Winter Words’ by Sylvia Plath
‘Winter Words’ by Sylvia Plath

'Winter Words', a new, unseen poem by a 23-year-old Sylvia Plath, was written in 1955 whilst she was at Smith …

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Tom Stoppard – a birthday tribute
Tom Stoppard – a birthday tribute

Tom Stoppard, a playwright who holds a special place at the heart of Faber, celebrated his eightieth birthday on 3 …

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Faberdum and Faberdee: a story from the archive
Faberdum and Faberdee: a story from the archive

Faber Archivist, Robert Brown, talks through the origins of the inseparable duo, Faberdum and Faberdee.

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Cover design: An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro
Cover design: An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro

An Artist of the Floating World, Kazuo Ishiguro’s second novel, won the Whitbread Book of the Year and was shortlisted …

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Peter Swanson: Noir Romance, Bad Romance
Peter Swanson: Noir Romance, Bad Romance

In 2016 Faber reissued The Girl with a Clock for a Heart, the debut novel from Peter Swanson, the bestselling author …

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The Power of Plath
The Power of Plath

'Plath is most powerful when she explores what it means to be a woman in an unequal world - and …

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Adrian Tomine: My First New Yorker Cover
Adrian Tomine: My First New Yorker Cover

'In 2003, after I’d been drawing illustrations for the inside of The New Yorker for a few years, I got …

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Philip Larkin Remembered
Philip Larkin Remembered

In the Philip Larkin's centenary year, we republish an article remembering him by autobiographer and publisher Jean Hartley.

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